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  1. Hi HB Thanks for your reply. I don't mind admitting my 'guilt' to HMRC. I know/knew that I should have informed them. Goodness knows why I didn't. I can only assume they will want the money back. Just don't know what stance they will take ion the savings. Thanks again PS: How do I find the HMRC Forum (I'm a bit of a novice with this sort of thing)
  2. Hi everyone. I've been a bit stupid and got myself into trouble with HMRC. I should have informed them that me and my ex were back together, but just didn't. Stupid, I know. A couple of weeks ago, I got the dreaded letter, telling me they wanted to check my claim for WTC for 2016/17. They have asked me to send in copies of my bills etc, which are all in my name, and paid from my bank account's. One problem I have is that my ex kept her mail coming to my address. The other is that between 2010 and 2013, I came into a great deal of money. Two relatives passed away and left money to me, and I also sold a house. I initially thought that savings were not taken into consideration for Tax credits, but now I'm not sure. I'm worried about what will happen.
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