How do I explain my salary: my previous salary changed from basic fixed plus incentives fixed, to basic fixed plus commission unfixed (which can be higher or lower). For the first, I was paid in all cash. Now. after talking to HR and pressuring, I get the basic amount in my account but commission can't be deposited as it's variable and they give that to me in cash. What should I do?

I can, of course, get a salary letter stating this about the cash commission slips. Previously, I was refused for not explaining cash deposits and insufficient funds. How do I explain this change in my new application?

  • Which country are you in? In most places where salaries are usually paid by bank transfer, suddenly getting part of it in cash is often a sign of tax fraud. – Henning Makholm Oct 30 '18 at 19:11
  • You explain it by explaining it clearly in the comments section of the application, like you are doing here. The ECO's reviewing applications knows the customs that pertain in the country they are responsible for. They are not working blindly. – user 56513 Oct 30 '18 at 20:23
  • It's just that sometimes it feels like they don't even see the documents we attached. Just my thoughts – Mod Oct 30 '18 at 22:25
  • Another thing I wanted to clear is if I should deposit the Comission I get as Cash every month in my bank or not? – Mod Oct 31 '18 at 9:29

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