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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Dementia sufferers miss out on council tax refunds

    Dementia sufferers miss out on council tax refunds

    People diagnosed with a severe mental impairment entitled to a 25% discount

    A pensioner who suffers from dementia has won back £7,000 after she was wrongly billed for council tax. The 96-year-old suffered a stroke in 2008, causing dementia-like symptoms such as forgetfulness. People who...
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  • julian
    started a topic Summons for Magistrates Court

    Summons for Magistrates Court

    A bit unusual and not much info found. Has anybody any pointers?

    A colleague has had some work done on a party wall, with an agreed Party Wall surveyor. Unfortunately, last minute costs have been awarded to a neighbour with additional costs for the surveyor. There is no breakdown of costs,...
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  • Pixie
    started a topic Dad's council tax

    Dad's council tax

    Yet again I'm sorting out my dad's stuff.

    Last Thursday (8th) he got a letter from the council saying that he'd missed paying an instalment of his council tax and, as it was the second time he'd missed, he'd lost the right to pay in instalments. They wanted the remainder of the year's council...
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  • Deepie
    started a topic Council tax band appeal

    Council tax band appeal

    I'm moving into a new 2 bed bungalow ...got my council tax band the other day (c) this is only a small 2 bed bungalow

    On the same road there are 4 bed much larger houses with the same band ....

    So today I've appealed ......

    Here ----> https://www.gov.uk/c...
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  • Council tax bailiffs should be called off, say charities

    Council tax bailiffs should be called off, say charities

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 4th May 2016 19:21
    Vulnerable residents with council tax debts should be given breathing space to repay arrears rather than face the threat of bailiffs, two charities say.
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  • Government should stop councils using bailiffs ‘on vulnerable taxpayers’

    Government should stop councils using bailiffs ‘on vulnerable taxpayers’

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 12th April 2016 16:04
    The government should stop local authorities passing council tax debts to bailiffs in the case of the most vulnerable residents, according
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  • Aimee09
    started a topic Sunny and lendingstream help

    Sunny and lendingstream help

    Hi I'm looking for some advice regarding sunny and lendingstream i currently have 3 loans with sunny and 5 loans with the lending stream I have received an email from lending stream offering a waiver of all 5 loans a total of nearly £900 after sending an email of complaint about irresponsible lending...
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  • Elderly relative and housing benefit

    Hiya

    Wonder if I could just a quick question for an elderly relative. His youngest son is moving back in with him to give him support in day to day activities as his health and mobility are not what they were. He's an OAP and currently receives housing and council tax benefit and is concerned...
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  • Angry man pays £1,852 council tax bill in pennies

    Angry man pays £1,852 council tax bill in pennies

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 1st March 2016 14:05
    A disgruntled man ordered to cough up £1,851.94 in council tax footed the bill in the most inconvenient way he could imagine: by paying it all in one-pence coins.
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  • How long do debts stay on credit file ?

    Our debts were defaulted in 2007 onward we started UE in July 2012 .

    We haven't checked our credit files as we don't want to wake up the creditors, but with things getting harder and harder such as wtc and now council tax help being based on minimum wage for self employed, we are looking...
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  • stuffthebanks
    started a topic Help please! Maternity

    Help please! Maternity

    Hello all,
    Not posted for a while now, its been a little bit s*** for the past weeks.
    Brother died 3rd January,Father in law died 11th January, both sudden and without warning.
    Youngest undergoing investigations on her heart condition....many trips to hospital in front of us.
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  • POPPYDOG
    started a topic Help for my Son needed regarding Bailiff

    Help for my Son needed regarding Bailiff

    My Son and his girlfriend have had problems with their Council Tax but I have helped them sort this out and set up a payment direct to the council to clear arrears and keep up to date with existing payments.....

    Dodgy bailiff keeps turning up - two visits in one day last week!? Is this...
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  • davidm
    started a topic WINTER FUEL PAYMENT

    WINTER FUEL PAYMENT

    dont forget all you people that were born before 05/01/1953 are entiltled to winter fuel payment ,download the form from here https://www.gov.uk/government/public...t-claim-form.:)
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  • rrh2104
    started a topic work vehicle

    work vehicle

    Hi forum,

    I'm currently unemployed with several thousand pounds worth of (credit card, council tax, HMRC and utility bills) debt, however I'm planning to purchase a van and start a business in the (very near) future. It’s my intention to make the necessary arrangements to (gradually)...
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  • Mumof2
    started a topic Mortgage advice- interest only

    Mortgage advice- interest only

    Hi! I am looking some advice! My husband has been ill with Mental health issues for the last year and is currently in hospital! I work full time and have 2 lgs! My husband stepped down from a management role in January and has been on SSP since June but I have been able to pay the mortgage using my...
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