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Although many employees get paid in cash (rather than through a bank account), ‘cash in hand’ refers to a cash payment that has not been taxed and does not include any deductions for National Insurance, etc. Most cash in hand payments are illegal because they are not declared to the government Inland Revenue Department.

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