…o I know people who have been in your situation and it didn't seem to resolve the financial issues, You can't really claim an income that way and future employers are going to wonder about the work gaps. The woman I have known have had to move on to something more practical. But, I really don't know wh…
Thank you Mario for your response and for taking the time to read my words.
Actually, you can claim the income if you do it right. I owned a ‘modeling agency’ and eventually had it incorporated as well (not necessary but it felt like a good idea)
I paid taxes on my income. I kept track of all cash received and made sure I handled everything above board.
As for future employers, same thing. I owned my own business so no gaps in employment.
I know not everyone can do it this way or would even think to. I just happen to have a pretty decent education and a head on my shoulders (most of the time!)