I have a friend who waits tables at a local resturant full time. She told me she makes well over $10 an hour with tips but her employer does not require her to claim all her tips so to agencies like, oh we'll just say WIC for instance it LOOKS like she is making $800 a month when in reality she is making around 3 grand a month total. I have thought about going to work for her employer part time as well since times are tough for everyone. But can you do that? Can you not claim your tips? And what about the women who baby sit full time and don't claim that income either. Is that legal? Anyways just don't want to do anything illegal. If your a waitress do you claim ALL your tips, some or non?
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