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  1. No it was about under by a couple grand. Cheers
  2. No it was 1250L I guess that's the tax allowance limit code? Cheers
  3. Not anymore, I think they were just incompetent. I have come to the same conclusion unfortunately. I will still complain though. I'm not impressed with their actions especially during this covid nonsense when I can't get no work anyway and 12 months to pay off the tax underpayment is shit. Might aswell get prepared for her majesty's pleasure. Sorry they paid NI not tax
  4. Thanks for the replies! No they didn't take any tax at all but they had a tax code from the start. I didn't, I rarely checked the payslips because when I'm working on PAYE I expect the company to do PAYE. I spoke to HMRC gonna have to put a compla in when I get the forms, as I don't believe the company took reasonable steps to pay the tax.
  5. Thanks Andy, I've had a read and I guess I need to wait untill HMRC calculate my tax this April before I can complain to them about my employer. Also my employer never used a tax code since the start of my employment which I assume isnt "taking reasonable care" as they should have used one from the start of my employment 20 weeks ago? Thanks
  6. Hi, I've been looking through my payslips and noticed the company I worked for hasn't paid any tax! I was employed as PAYE, I don't believe I gave them a P45 or P60 when I first started and spoke to HMRC who claim its my responsibility. Surely when you work as PAYE it's the companies responsibility for paying my tax? Any help is much appreciated. Thanks
  7. Thank so much, thank you all for the advice, I believe I understand what to do now. I shall ring the court on her behalf on Monday or tomorrow. Thank you again so much
  8. Thank you for that, I've noticed there is no where on the form to plead though, I'm assuming she would write it in the comments section? Thank you kindly
  9. Thank you kindly for the advice. She knows what court convicted her, and has a reference number, she has her Tennancy agreement for her new house with a date she moved in, I'm sure she could find something with a date when she moved out of her old place. This has made perfect sense to me, but does she obtain the decleration form on the day when she attends court? Or does she need to fill it out before hand? Thank you very much
  10. Thank you that's great, can I just ask one last thing, I've been reading another post from bailiff advice about sending the declaration, but how does the predure work? Does she download the form first, then makes an appointment and takes it with her to the Magistrates, is there a space on the form for her financial situation and guilty plea or is this a separate form, I think it has to be signed under oath or something, is this done at the court on the day? Also does she need to bring any additional information to the court with her? Sorry for the silly questions but she's going to be a nervous reck and breakdown so I'm trying to make sure she gets this right. I have been up most of the night but can't find any resources regarding the exact procedure. Thank you kindly.
  11. Thank you kindly!. Would this be the Magistrates court that issued the fine or do I contact the nearest Magistrates Court local to her? Thank you kindly
  12. Thank you kindly for the advice! I know she shouldn't have signed anything, and she certainly does now. She's pretty sure she was paying tvl at that time also. But I'll check her bank statements to make sure. How would she file a statutory declaration for not receiving paperwork, does she ring the Magistrates and they send a form? Would there be any extra fees, costs added if she did manage to get another hearing? Thank you kindly
  13. Hello CAG, My friend received a letter out the blue from Marstons Bailiffs saying she owes just over £500 for a TV Licence fine she knows nothing about. She has recently moved to a new address. I spoke to the HMCTS enforcement office who have said that the summons and correspondence were sent to her old address, and have also put the bailiffs on hold for ten days and suggested she makes a statutory declaration for re-trial/hearing? She did notify TVL of her new address via email but no longer has access to that email account. She also signed something from the TV person who visited her when she was at her old address. She doesn't mind paying the fine but I believe she has been cheated out of the chance to plead guilty and pay the Magistrates fine directly to the Magistrates avoiding the ridiculous bailiff fees. What are her options at this point? Could she get another hearing and plead guilty by post bypassing the bailiffs? Any help is greatly appreciated!!!
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