Declared taxes legally, school
A foreign citizen, married to a Taiwanese, had signed a contract with an English school (having a JFRV through marriage).
She declared her taxes legally, but upon mentioning that in her school, her school wants her to withdraw her tax claim, because it seems her school did not mention her employment to the government, thereby giving her the opportunity to earn her full salary.
What can she do?
- Should she withdraw her tax statement? (Possibly being confronted with a thorough check-up from the Taiwanese Tax office).
- Should she leave the situation as it is? (Do nothing and see what happens, possibly resulting in heavy fines to her school?
- Could she just claim part of her income? F.i. as a substitute teacher?
Could that be a compromise?
What would you suggest her to do?
She wonders whether withdrawing her tax statement would raise some kind of red flag at the Tax Office.