A side business like renting out a room or home through Airbnb or driving for a ride-hailing service like Uber can bring in some much needed extra income. However when tax season comes around it is essential to report this additional income.
Bigger cities mean more customers while smaller town means fewer customers, right? Wrong! According to some Uber drivers who have tried both, driving in a smaller town could be more productive and profitable in the long run.
Since there aren’t any nationwide established standards regulating the taxi industry, Uber has been struggling to cut deals with each municipality.
According to some Uber users on Reddit and Twitter (always a reliable source of information), they have received calls from their Uber driver asking where they are headed after which their ride has been cancelled.
Young workers across the country are now experiencing a change in the way employees hire and a new scenario. Many startups now rely on high school and post-secondary school students for work and offer them new ways to earn money for various jobs.
Uber users can now tip their drivers. The cab hailing company now has a feature on its app through which users can tip their drivers and remains completely optional. The feature does it not replace any of Uber’s already existing options such as the star rating system or the driver compliment feature, according to the company.
Few Canadians support banning Uber; but most want it regulated the same as taxi industry