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How to earn money through dad activities Vol.1


Many women waste money

When you're a dad, do you ever feel like you're spending a lot of money each month?Being a dad is a job, and you should only calculate your income.

However, I have had similar experiences, such as ``I haven't saved as much money as I expected,'' ``What did I spend it on?'' and ``Isn't it supposed to be possible to earn a little more through dad-hunting?'' Realize that you have money.

This is just based on my experience, but I think it's my fault for not calculating properly.

For example, let's say you have a contract with one dad.

If her father gives her an allowance of 20 yen a month, the woman begins her life with the expectation that she will earn 20 yen.

This is something that children with relatively little experience as fathers tend to fall into.

This is especially true if you have a daytime job or have had a daytime job in the past.

The reason is that daytime jobs have clear pay slips.

Of course, the amount that has been deducted from taxes and other things should be written there.

However, it can also be confirmed that transportation expenses are paid separately and the total amount is recorded in the details. (I think most companies in Tokyo cover the full amount of transportation expenses.)

Therefore, even if taxes are deducted, some people feel a little relieved or even feel like they have made a little profit when they look at the total amount. (In reality, transportation expenses are simply paid in arrears.)

It's a psychological part of humans.

However, in dad life, there are basically no pay slips.

Most women would probably receive it in cash. (Sometimes I get paid by wire transfer, but everyone around me, including myself, usually gets paid in cash.)

And even if you receive an allowance of 20 yen, how much did you spend on transportation etc. to earn that amount?I don't remember.

Therefore, some women spend a lot of money thinking things like, ``I'll get 20 yen, so I'll take a taxi to go see my dad,'' or ``I'll go buy a souvenir for my dad,'' and they don't calculate these expenses. .

So, for example, even when they receive an allowance at the end of the month, many people feel, ``Huh? I put the money into my bank account, but it hasn't increased that much.''

Of course, I think that some women receive transportation expenses from their fathers if they use a taxi each time.

In my case, I don't receive transportation expenses every time I meet someone.

Basically, I keep the receipts and give them to my dad later. (Basically, I travel by train, so I don't often take taxis.)

So, if you want to earn 20 yen, it depends on how often you meet with your dad every week, but unless you sign a contract for 25 yen, you won't be able to save as much as you want.I think.

When you think about it, it's reassuring and convenient to have a pay slip for your daytime job and to be able to check on your own every month, ``I've earned this much at work, and this is what I'm paying in taxes.'' And I think.

Papakatsu is a sole proprietorship, so I have to manage everything myself.

So that might be inconvenient.

In my case, what did I use each week?I basically keep receipts, so I'm doing my best in terms of self-management.

Also, what did you use it for when filing your tax return?must be calculated as a yearly total.

At that time, some items can be deducted as expenses, so those who are working as fathers should also keep this in mind.

The more you can deduct it as an expense, the lower your net income will be, and the less you will pay in taxes when filing your final tax return. (I think it would be a good idea to ask the National Tax Bureau yourself about this. What can be recognized as expenses? etc.)

Be sure to spend your monthly income in a way that is appropriate for you.

Even though it's called a daddy activity, money doesn't just come to you.

The minimum condition for that is a solid contract with the dad.

If I want to earn 20 yen (this is just an example) from one man as an income, I would like to make sure that this is an allowance.

In that case, it will be 20 yen + transportation expenses + miscellaneous expenses. (If you understand it roughly)

I'm sure you understand that it covers transportation expenses, but what about miscellaneous expenses?Some people may have doubts.

If you're a father, you know that if you're doing it in real time, it takes a lot of money, including self-investment.

For example, I want to get beautiful in order to meet my dad.

So, I go to the hair salon, get my nails done, buy cosmetics, etc.

So, in my case, if I were to calculate it based on a fixed income of 20 yen, I would like to have at least 8 to 10 extra, including transportation and other miscellaneous expenses.

Because in my case, I have to cook for my dad, so I have to pay for ingredients and things that really cost money.

Of course, I think there are some people who reduce their own income to become fathers.

I don't do any of that.

The reason is that dad life = business.

Since I treat it as a business, I definitely don't want to cover the expenses from my own income.

It may depend on your individual point of view, but it's also a borderline for me to consider being a father as a job.

This is my opinion, but if I were to reduce my income to "do something for my dad," I think I would quit dad-hunting right away.

Because there are no benefits whatsoever.

Dad activities are not volunteer activities.

Therefore, if women have a certain amount in mind that they want to earn, even if it is not the full amount, they will need to negotiate to get closer to that amount, and women can also decide on that amount individually. I think it's natural that you need to make an effort to earn money.

However, the most important thing is to calculate it thoroughly every month.

This is the same for 100 million.

Even if most children receive a 100 million yen allowance, there are many cases in which they only have around 70 yen left.

However, as far as I've seen, it seems like there are very few kids who actually calculate their income and expenses when trying to be a dad. (Actually, it's really important.)

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Articles by Kumiko Mine

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