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  1. Can any one explain the LTI2020 laser speeding gun display. I have a photo provided of my vehicle and the display shows the normal date / time / officer ref / speed / distance but under this there are four numbers 01:17:18:18 These are displayed as I've typed them and under the main information shown in the photo. I can't seem to find anywhere what these relate to. Any info appreciated. rgds
  2. Dear all, I could do with some advice on how to respond to this. My council tax payments run until the end of March due to moving to the area mid way through the year. I have paid regularly on the 27th of every month with no missed payments. Today I received a summons with £60 additional charges for non-payment, I phoned the council and explained to them (as I did in January) that my payments are made on the 27th of the month and they confirmed that this is what they can see on their system also. So I asked why have you sent me a summons....reply because you haven't paid !!!... Again I asked them if they could see the payments on their system and they confirmed that they could it's just a different date that they have for payment. Anyway ended up with them just giving me an email address to complain to them saying that they couldn't do anything and I would have to appeal the summons at court, what a waste of time. The council offer different payment dates if it's by direct debit but apparently not if you pay manually and as I pointed out to them, there isn;t time to even set a DD up for the last two payments of the year. Rather than just send a complaint I wanted to send them something more official in terms of them wasting their time with this court summons so I can get it withdrawn... if they don't withdraw it and I attend court with proof of the payments will they still grant a liability order and make me pay costs simply because of a difference in the monthly date of payment ? Thanks in advance, Esh
  3. Sorry I don't see how they reflect the tax unpaid, they are late penalties for not filing the SA, there was no tax unpaid, in fact it was overpaid rgds
  4. Thanks, do you have any contact information for them ?
  5. In addition, the postman just arrived and I received a coding notice, changing my code to 1803L, no I haven't miss read it they have increased my tax free allowance to £18,033 per year, muppets on the one hand they are demanding the fines outlined above and on the other hand they increase my tax free allowance. rgds Esh
  6. OK , Here it is in detail by year Tax Year ending Apr 2012 £1778.52 , Penalties £1600, interest £21,72 , Tax £156.50 Tax Year ending Apr 2011 £1664.42 , Penalties £1600, interest £64.42, Tax £0 Overpayments: Tax Year Apr 2013 of £195.50 which has been allocated against old penalties from 2003 Tax Year Apr 2010 of £931.00 which has been allocated against old penalties from 2002/3 apologies if the figures look a little different to the previous ones quoted but first I rounded some previously and it seems that there have been adjustments made online since I logedin to HMRC last. rgds Esh
  7. Interesting you say that, I'm not sure, I have a car loan which finishes in 2 months time and it's possible there is PPI on it but I don't have the agreement copy. I was going to request it from Lloyds and take a look. Don't think it would help me in the short term though because even if there is it takes a while to get it. On the Lloyds website http://www.blackhorse.co.uk/Motor/ComplaintsFAQ.html there is a phone number that can be used to check if there was PPI on a policy, I'll call it later today and check (have have the agreement number).
  8. Thanks, I did submit the self assessment's myself. The outstanding amounts are £1600 for yr end 2012 and £1600 for yr end 2011, these are made up of late penalties and interest, broken down as follows:- 2012 - Interest £21 Penalties £1600, 2011 interest £64.42 and penalties £1600. Interestingly there were a couple of older fines going back to 2002 !, HMRC have used the £300 they owe me against them , ie they have allocated the amount owed into 2002 to wipe out the 2002 fines. I don't think there is any chance of getting the penalties removed (would love it if there were) but I really need to pay this over a period of say 2 years , from what I read I'm not sure HNRC will entertain that though. Hope that helps, if not let me know and I'll send you whatever detail you need. rgds Esh
  9. Thanks for the replies, so an update.... I completed the outstanding Self assessments and sent them in , some years they owed me and other I owed them, it balanced out with them owing me £300 overall. In between they stopped chasing me for outstanding fines and estimates but now they have received the assessments they are once again chasing me , I received a letter from Rossingdales today. I know it's my fault but if there were no fnes or I could get the fines removed I wouldn't;t owe them anything, that's what's annoying because I pay my tax through PAYE then still have to do a self assessment Arggg. So now I'm stuck in a position of being up to date with all the self assessments but owing them money for the previous fines which I can't pay and if they adjust my tax code I will also have a financial problem. My understanding is that they are not exactly flexible when it comes to working out a payment with them, has anyone had any experience of negotiating a payment plan with them, I owe just under £4k. rgds Esh
  10. Dear all, I'm behind with my self assessment's (stupid I know) by 7 years !!, as you can imagine I have bills from HMRC of around the £8k mark for not doing them. I accept that I haven't completed them and eventually have come round to some sensible thinking of getting it all straight, the last few years haven't been easy having been made redundant, closing a company and having a new daughter who was in intensive care for 3 months after being born but I appreciate all the personal stuff needs to go aside and HMRC probably wouldn't care anyway. So my situation:- 1/ I need to complete my self assessment's, which I'm in the process of doing 2/ I can only complete 4 of them because I need payslips, P60's from my old companies which I've requested but need to wait for them to arrive. 3/ I have a letter from "Rossingdales" regarding the debt (first letter today but dated 5th Dec) 4/ I have some complex tax issues in 2 of the years where I was not working due to living from my investment in a company from the sale of my house. (my equity was as a loan to the company and I received loan payments back that I lived on). 5/ One company I worked for over 4 years had me on a tax code of BR for the period despite being sent coding notices from HMRC, is it the employers liability if they there were sent coding notices?, although HMRC haven't given me copies and maybe they didn't;t send them in which case is HMRC liable given that they have plenty of information from my employer over a long period using a BR code I wanted to get some breathing space with HMRC to do the above, not much, say 1 week for the first 4 assessment's and an additional month for the others because I need copies of P60's etc... I called HMRC and the good "love them" call centre told me they couldn't do anything and regarding rossingdales (debt collection) it was an automated process and not possible to change it. They did offer to put me through to the "technical department" in relation to clarifying what I needed to fill in on my assessment where I had a query but after 20 minutes told me they couldn't get me through and could I call again tomorrow (and wait another 45 minutes !). I re called them and asked for an appointment at my local tax office and they took my number and said it would take up to 5 days for me to have a call back to arrange an appointment, so depending on how long the appointment is after it could be a few weeks (hope not). So in summary I have a self assessment issue (self caused) that I want to sort out, fines and rossingdale on my case. Genuinely I know it's my fault for not sending in my self assessments but now being committed to resolve the situation I'm looking for advice on stopping Rossingdales while I resolve it with HMRC and just getting things straight. Actually HMRC told me to call Rossingdales and explain so they would stop !! (to be clear Rossingdales have only sent one letter, nothing more and there is no distraint order or anything) Any advice would be appreciated. rgds
  11. A cross over between Corporate and the subsidiary I'm working for , from a Corporate perspective they have redundancies going on and are not proceeding with new positions, however the MD of the subsidiary has insisted that he wants to proceed with the position and got round the corporate aspect to proceed. Maybe it was simply that and the position / company will still be good I'll see once I start. rgds
  12. OK, so all re instated now !, yes they have retracted the retraction !!, doesn't mean I want to work there for long though, after this mess I will be looking for another position and moving on as soon as possible but at least I will be strating there as planned. Thanks for all you comments rgds
  13. Understand, thanks. I have a call with the VP and also the MD this morning so I'll post back afterwards just to let everyone know what they say. rgds
  14. Thanks, it's actually not the financial sector not that that changes anything, I just think it's crazy, makes you ask what the point in even having an employment contract is. The thing is there should be some recourse on them, surely they can't just breach a contract and walk away. 3 days before I was due to start rgds
  15. So Emmizzi, whats the notice period then if it;s not specified in the offer, statutory or arguable, 4 week or 3 months ??
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