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Working for cash in hand can be a vital career step and a way out of poverty

By Danny Buckley, Senior Lecturer in Enterprise, De Montfort University
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Being paid for work in cash is often frowned upon in the UK. It can be seen as a way of avoiding tax, or cheating the system, and detrimental to economic growth.

Others say it is unfair to those who rely on cash-in-hand work, who may receive a low wage and have little in the way of employment rights (like holiday or sick pay) and job security.

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