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Open bets count towards the loss limit. As part of our Responsible Gaming policy, we allow you to take a Timeout or Exclude yourself from your account entirely for a set period of time. Once this change has been made, it will not be possible for your account to be re-activated for any reason until after the set period has expired.
Timeout - If you want to take a short break from your account you can do so by selecting a period of timeout between 1 to 6 weeks. You will be logged out and your account will become suspended effective immediately.
Your account will be automatically reactivated at the end of the timeout duration. Self-Exclusion - If you feel you are at risk of developing a gambling problem or believe you currently have a gambling problem, please consider Self-Exclusion. Self-Exclusion allows you to close your account for a duration of 6 months, 9 months, 1 year, 2 years, 5 years or permanently. Reality Check helps you to keep track of your gambling, with alerts that let you know how long you've been active and information on your earnings or losses.
You can choose how often you want Reality Check alerts to appear. Session Limits helps you to keep track of your gambling, with alerts that let you know how long you've been active and if you wish to continue or not. You can choose whether or not to receive Session Limits alerts and also how often they appear. Cash Out - Take Control. Register Don't have an account?
Month 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 Year What is the name of your dog? What is your favourite colour? What is your middle name? Am I an Employee or a Self-Employed Employees are treated differently from the self-employed when it comes to taxes. For instance, self-employed can claim trade losses against his trade income whereas employees are not entitled to such claims. Contract "of" or "for" Service You are employed or an employee if you perform work under a contract of service where you work under the control of your employer.
A self-employed may be a sole-proprietor or a partner in a partnership. Partners under Employment Contracts There could be some cases where ACRA-registered partners are engaged under an employment contract with the partnership. Employee Self-employed You are not financially liable for any losses of the payer's business resulting from any breach of obligations of the contract between your payer and its clients.
You are not responsible for operating expenses of the payer's business. You have no capital investment in the payer's business.
You are normally not in the position to realise a business profit or loss. You are financially liable if the obligations of the contract are not fulfilled. You pay the hired helpers.
You may perform a substantial amount of work from your own workspace i. You incur on-going business fixed costs regardless of whether work is currently being performed or not. You have capital investment in the business. You can negotiate the price or unilaterally set the price for your goods or services. You can manage expenses to maximise your net earnings. You get overtime pay or bonus payment. You may receive a commission payment in addition to your regular wage. You are paid a fee on a per-job basis.
You have the right to negotiate with the payer the exact amount you would be paid for. Some self-employed like lawyers are paid on an hourly basis. Employee Self-employed You take instructions from another person who directs you as to how, when and where the work is to be carried out. The overall work environment between you and the payer is one of subordination.
The payer can move you from task to task and determine the method to be used to do your work. Your working hours are specified. You are usually not allowed to sub-contract your work to another person i. Training on how to do your work is usually provided.
You may provide suggestions to the payer but the payer has the final word. You do not have anyone overseeing you. You control your own hours of work in fulfilling the job obligations. You can accept or refuse work from the payer. You may not have to perform the services personally.
You are free to hire other people to do the work you have agreed to undertake at your own expense. The payer typically has no control over whom you hire. Employee Self-employed You need to obtain permission from the payer if you wish to do work for other payers. Some employees can work for more than one employer at any one time. You advertise and maintain a visible business location.
You are available to work in the relevant market.