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  1. I am sorry if you consider posts such as the below to be a waste. Think of it as an opportunity to consider a potential argument before the hearing is heard. Forewarned is forearmed.
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  2. I can't advise you because you don't have a problem, if you had something from HMRC asking for information then I could help you, but you are not in trouble, I'm sorry Lou, I don't want to appear harsh but I am not going to waste time advising you about situations that aren't happening and might never happen. If in the future, you do receive correspondence from HMRC, I will be here to advise you, but for now you'll just need to put it all out of your mind. If they were going to charge you a penalty it would be in with your overpayment and you would have received notification. It's my firm
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  3. Lou you're getting your self into a state over nothing, HMRC have accepted your change of circumstances is that right? Have you had a letter about an undisclosed partner living with you?
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  4. HB is correct miss_lou, start your own thread and I'll have a wee read of it
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  5. :elizabeth11: Reading between the lines you got a conversion award of employment n support with the work related activity component. Which is time limited to three hundred and sixty five days for an award based on national insurance contributions. And the letters about these awards are less than informative about deteriorating conditions, new conditions or appeal rights. Had you known, you could've asked for reassessment months ago. Yes, you can ask for your award to be reassessed for an award of employment n support with the support component cos of your new condition. I don't know
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  6. A long and thought provoking case, but as I approached the end of the tale, I could not help but feel that there as been a realisation that you were wrongfully treated and that the employer is now making every effort to keep you happy and on board. To that end, I see no reason whatsoever to stir up the past again. What purpose would it serve? If raising a grievance then the aim would be to put you back in the same position as you should have been, and it seems that to a greater or lesser extent this has already been done. Constructive Dismissal? For the same reason, I think not - whilst t
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  7. does your contract state something like "any other reasonable duties"?
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  8. Hiya, Unfortunately in any event it's unlikely this will be removed as the cause of action was what previously took place. If you are outside of the time for appealing (normally 5-7days) you will likely have to accept the penalty. Sorry.
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  9. Can you give us more background on this issue? It is hard to help you without more detail.
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