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Normally, I wouldn't worry about it but I was fired from my job of six years for telling my foreign owner that "You don't need to be mean to me." I was told I was let go for having a bad attitude, lol, I was always the happiest employee to be working, any day....ok, my point...will it be more beneficial to, after the fact, report under-the-table income, pay the income taxes and possible late fees, to receive more unemployment benefits (and enjoy watching my ex-employer squirm for reporting the income)...or just keep it simple and receive benefits for about the half amount that was on the books?

I also developed carpal tunnel in my wrists because of the janitor work that I did off the books. I'm not sure where to begin to deal with that???
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You can only report what you received as an official income that is recorded on the payroll of your employer.

If you developed an ailment at work,you can look at exploring the benefits provided under workers compensation.
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