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agraham199
Rank; Hector Tax Inspector


United Kingdom
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Posted - 25/04/2010 :  12:16:07  Show Profile Send agraham199 a Private Message
hi there ,
i split with my husband in 2004 approx, and was working , however iin 2005 thy stopped my payments as i didnt renew, ithought no more of it till i received a letter saying i owed 4,500 , i had to give up work in 2007 due to ill health and i fought and fought i didnt owe this money , then march 2010 i received a letter sayin that they were sorry for not being able to reinstate my claim etc , and i had to fill in a form to reapply , i have to get a statement from my employer of my wage in 2005,2006,2007, 2007 being my final wage plus my incapacity benefit paymnet from 2007 till present , i have 2 kids on my own , i really didnt want to claim coz i was scared like most others on here , its a loan till they decide they want it back , i called an 028 number and an irish gent was really nice said his collegue dave anderson will deal with it all , its been 2 weeks now and iv not heard a word the irish guy said dave will calculate it from way back manually , and if im owed anything i will get it back , im worried now incase i get payment and they mess up again

please reply need advice

a graham

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missfroy2
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Posted - 26/04/2010 :  09:35:02  Show Profile Send missfroy2 a Private Message
I suggest you contact someone like CAB, Taxaid or LITRG who can help you by looking over the new calculations and ensuring you are getting the right amount. Without seeing all of the paperwork, it is hard for anyone on a forum to point you in the right direction.

MF2
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