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  1. Hello. Yes its headed HM Revenue and Customs. Debt Management Field Force. I wasn't in when the letter was delivered. It was given to my SO. We are currently living apart at the minute. It doesn't actually say the word bailiffs, i just assumed the person who knocked was a bailiff. It says "Warning of enforcement action" " I called today to collect payment of the above amount or to determine your assets for sale at auction. I was unable to contact you. You need to pay in full immediately by phoning 0300 *** ****. If you do not pay the full amount you owe, i will visit again. If i then take Taking of Goods enforcement action to collect your debt, i will have to charge you an initial fee of £75 (Fee 1). Pay late and you pay more. We are charging you interest every day you do not pay."
  2. Thanks for the reply. Sole trader. I work in someone else's premises and their customers houses. I work in IT. Do i need to work anything out before i ring them? incoming/outgoings etc?
  3. I apologize if this is in the wrong section. If it it is, could a mod kindly move it for me. Thanks I will try to avoid a wall of text and a sob story, and get right to the nuts and bolts of it all as i need help with my next steps I am self employed and have been for around 5 years. The first 2 years of this, i had no idea what i was doing, so like an idiot, i pretty much ignored everything paper work wise/accounts wise/money wise. I have been working for the same company for the 5 years as a sub contractor. After the first year i spoke to an accountant who registered me as self employed etc. This is where the problem starts, i got letters to say that my accounts were late and that i would get £100 penalty. I put it off and put it off being the idiot i am until the point where the numbers didn't really mean anything other than just numbers. The last 3 years, i've had a different accountant work everything out and submit everything on time. Here's the second problem...I haven't paid anything. As it stands i owe around 7-8k in tax and about 7k in fines I've had a letter, hand delivered from HMRC that says "Warning of enforcement action" Type of tax:SA Amount you owe £149**.** It gives me a number i can ring, which i intend to do, i just need some advice on what to do next with regards to the letter and what i can expect to happen. I don't own a house, i don't have any savings. If i was to liquidate everything i own, it would come to around £6k. Any help would be greatly appreciated If you need any more info from me, fire away Thanks
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    Faulty LG TV

    Hello people I'm new to the site, and can do with some help. I bought an LG LCD TV from Comet around 16 months ago. In a nutshell, around 3 months ago, I came home to find something very wrong with the screen. After the usual things (on/off, factory reset) it was apparent that the TV was broke. No worries I thought, its still under warranty...Ohhhhh dear. The TV was 13 months old (only a years warranty) I rung LG and told them the problem, and as I thought, they said there warranty has expired, so I left it. I rung a few local repair companies, and they said the problem sounds like the screen needs replacing (around £400) There is no way I am paying that. If the TV was 4 years old, I would have thrown it in the bin. If I had paid £200, I would have thrown it in the bin. I paid £750 for it and it lasted 13 months...its been bugging me every day and was just wondering if there was anything I can do as Comet are now gone. I did mention the SOGA but the LG guy said that was between me and Comet (which makes sense). I did hear of another law about faulty goods going wrong under 2 years. Could I use this? Basically I'm asking what my next step should be...Write a letter to someone, or just thrown it away? Thanks for reading Steve
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