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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Half a million people forced to chase rebates

    Half a million people forced to chase rebates

    Nearly half a million people had to chase the taxman for rebates last year, according to figures by insurer Royal London. Switching jobs or being subject to changes in taxable benefits are common reasons why people might have paid too much tax, says HM Revenue & Customs. Becky O'Connor, a personal...
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  • alfie
    started a topic Remortgage Equity Release

    Remortgage Equity Release

    Good evening.
    My query is if anyone knows off hand about remortgaging an existing equity release which provided an initial lump sum then a monthly payment. The sticking point is that it appears that the monthly payment cannot be stopped unless the whole existing amount is redeemed. The wish...
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  • Arrow Global Limited vs sagesi - issued 28 April 2017

    I've received a claim form from Restons Solicitors Limited acting for Arrow Global Limted regarding a Mark and Spencer credit card for the sum of £5203.98 including court fee and legal cost.

    A little history about myself.
    I've had many credit cards/loans and had never missed a payment...
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  • 5corpio
    started a topic Speeding fines charges starts April 24th

    Speeding fines charges starts April 24th

    Drivers caught speeding will face tougher penalties of up to 175pc of their weekly income under new rules introduced on Monday. Fines for serious offenders will start from 150pc of their weekly income rather than the current level of 100pc. The fines are split into bands from A to C. The penalty depends...
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  • Strepsi
    started a topic Personal Tax - Ltd Company Dissolved

    Personal Tax - Ltd Company Dissolved

    Quick question, my wife's business has recently dissolved as yet my wife who was the sole director and employee of the business hasn't completed her personal tax return.

    What is the best way to complete her return, she never took payslips, only bank statements... how would HMRC check...
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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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  • julian
    started a topic Checkng for 'previous debtor'markers

    Checkng for 'previous debtor'markers

    Has anybody ever requested a SAR from a creditor where the debt is SB and Default annulled?

    Most financial systems delete records after 7 years of the last activity. The cost of maintaining, archiving records, and recalling archived records is high. So will past creditors keep and check...
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  • AA may have to raise prices because of tax increase

    AA may have to raise prices because of tax increase

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 8th February 2017 20:21
    The AA has warned that it may have to raise its prices because the government has doubled the tax rate on insurance policies in less than two years. The breakdown
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  • What is likely to happen when i let the bank know i am self employed?

    long time no see, or rather read! Life keeps getting in the way of many things for me at the moment!

    Glad to see all is well.

    What is likely to happen when <cough> i tell the bank i am now self employed? Other than them wanting to charge me for drawing...
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  • alland
    started a topic Tip Of The Day -MOT

    Tip Of The Day -MOT

    Talking to a friend of mine tonight, he was telling me he had been clamped by a patrolling DVLA mobile van for no road tax on the street where he lives, he stated to them that he paid by direct debit and that was not possible, he was then told his MOT had run out (which it had.by10 days) which under...
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  • lookingforward
    started a topic NHS Exemption

    NHS Exemption

    Hi after a bit of advice please.

    My partner and I have not received our NHS exemption cards this time around (last 6 monthly expired end Oct) and having a look at the flowchart it seems this is because at our last tax credits renewal we no longer claimed for child tax credit for the 1st...
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  • Tax credits firm Concentrix will not have contract renewed

    Tax credits firm Concentrix will not have contract renewed

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 15th September 2016 11:13
    Concentrix, the US firm accused of incorrectly withdrawing tax credits from hundreds of claimants, will not have its contract renewed, HMRC says.
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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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  • AAD News Feed
    started a topic Tax warning over unlocked pensions

    Tax warning over unlocked pensions

    Tax warning over unlocked pensions

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 27th August 2016 07:40
    Some people are being hit with an unexpected tax bill after unlocking their money from a pension pot, according to Citizens Advice.
    Others are facing reductions in welfare
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  • lookingforward
    started a topic Will question

    Will question

    My sister has made her will today and I am the executor and trustee of the will.

    Why these things can't be written in plain English I don't know

    My name is written when I am named as the sole executor and trustee, then there's various clauses about the trustee powers before...
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