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caz13122
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Posted - 09/12/2010 :  16:58:18  Show Profile Send caz13122 a Private Message
I am due to move in with my partner and I am currently claiming tax credits. Problem being is what will happen when I inform them of this change my new partner earns well over 50k and I understand I will have to pay overpayment but he aint happy about making a joint claim as he will then be expected to foot overpayment will he not ? I no longer will be claiming so how do I go about this too ? Just wondering if this is bad idea and should stay single after all. Any help on this one.

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Posted - 11/12/2010 :  14:21:09  Show Profile Send Alan the Geordie a Private Message
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Originally posted by caz13122

I am due to move in with my partner and I am currently claiming tax credits. Problem being is what will happen when I inform them of this change my new partner earns well over 50k and I understand I will have to pay overpayment but he aint happy about making a joint claim as he will then be expected to foot overpayment will he not ? I no longer will be claiming so how do I go about this too ? Just wondering if this is bad idea and should stay single after all. Any help on this one.



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