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    04/08/2022 = well it does not end the difficulties encountered! = letter today stating you have been over paid pension savings credit for 5 years. you did not tell us wife small pension received 2017/8? you owe us £3xxx.xx pay us in full or ring to set up repayment amount within 30 days,

    so they have decided to deduct £5x.5x per week out of my state pension until October 2023.., leaves me about £104.00 state pension per week., do I want to ask different (that is what they will take? 40 Percent pf pension deducted!?
    ) I pointed out I do NOT intend paying for the rest of my life as my age is a factor if I survive long enough! urgg get it over and done with., I cannot prove the letter 2019 states thanks telling us (but not what) then moved to savings element only. If i need to get review contact another number? I said I have been on hold for 45minutes cut off and another 40 minutes no reply. .

    Also stated I will not even try any benefits as not worth the grief, but you did not tell us = yes I did (no proof only their letter thanks for change of circumstances).

    I also pointed out the letter stated my pensions increased (small ones) I pointed as tax people gave me wifes unused allowance for the year, last year or so.

    Also included is a penalty charge £50.00 for not reporting.
    Last edited by The Tech Clerk; 4 August 2022, 16:58.
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  • #2
    Why this government spends billions on silly extra this that the other cost more than they give (you know from our monies not theirs) and give everybody same payment of pensions cost effective to do that. civil service people cut by 1/x 3/rd.??
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    • #3
      .benifits are a joke. Hubby is is the Nursing home still, as no care in community available for his needs, so..
      He gets his pension from Fire service and state pension all taken to pay for his Nursing home, less £24.90 per week for his personal needs allowance.
      as I have 2 months to wait before I can claim my own pension, + cannot work as if he comes home soon have to be 24 hr carer, they allow me half his works pension, that is eaten up with household bills and bus fares to visit him every day.
      Had to get the car returned as couldn't afford to run it, stopped paying his CC bills as no money left to pay them
      can I claim anything
      NO. because benifits take all his income into account but disreguard the fact I am paying all his income to local aurthority for his care.
      tried for a grant for alterations to the house for him,
      Because he isn't claiming Attendance allowance,I have to put up £18,000 first. if I had £18,000 I wouldn't need the soddin grant would I.
      Can't claim AA till he is home, can't get him home as need the grant for a ramp as he is unable stand let alone walk, so can't get him in the house without a ramp.
      OT sugged I try for a loan, I will not say what I called her, but brainless did come into it + I asked her if she knew of anywhere that may lend me a couple of grand when I only have 2.95 left to pay it back at the end of the month and that's if I don't eat.
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      • #4
        It is sick joke. NO compassion in this country unless you are from abroad and never contributed
        Last edited by The Tech Clerk; 5 August 2022, 21:23.
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        • #5
          5/08/3033 = Well well never ending!!!!!!!!

          Within 12 hours of telecom pension credit call yesterday:- the Council Tax department letter arrived next morning :- a review needed as they have been told that update on situation from pensions credit department it has been stopped so Council tax benefit stopped as well.
          I must provide documents/statements/savings etc etc etc, within 30 days meantime benefits stopped (i just posted bank details for a refund they said they owed me this morning .

          So no pension credit (already stopped few years ago., no savings credit (she could not tell what that refers to actually as I asked, told me to contact the other people,), the ones who will not answer phone after 2 hours. wonder if I should ask for money for Gold Wall Paper? Law for one and a law for another. urgghhh and they tell me inter-department update on pension income etc etc etc?? well it did not work this time at pension credit.?
          Last edited by The Tech Clerk; 7 August 2022, 08:23.
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          • #6
            08/08/2022 = Council Tax Office - Counter states no appointment & counter? make one Telecon (the same counter staff who knew I had the file in my hand as she looked at it?? ) to me no need appointment put requirements in envelope hand into counter, so home & then back closed for long lunch found big mail box (full up) put in there.
            Last edited by The Tech Clerk; 9 August 2022, 06:39.
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            • #7
              DWP and HMRC work very closely together, and share information often. This is because benefits and pensions are affected by how much you earn and the National Insurance contributions you have paid. Benefits, pensions and other payments you receive from DWP affect how much tax you have to pay, or tax credits that HMRC pay you.

              DWP and HMRC can use the same reference number to identify people – your National Insurance number. DWP and HMRC are jointly responsible for deciding how National Insurance numbers can be used, who can use them, and the other personal information associated with them.

              DWP and HMRC both use the same computer system (the Customer Information System) to keep a record of which National Insurance number relates to which person, and to record basic information about everyone who has a National Insurance number.

              So the information must of been seen on the computer base?
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