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  1. As per this post on the Parking Pranksters blog. You really couldn't make it up! Unless you're the BPA of course, then you can make up anything you'd like
  2. Hi can anyone advise me if I will be fined. I declared my car off the road when the tax run out as we only use one car so its been sat outside my house for a while untaxed, I have been meaning to scrap it and spoke with a scrapyard a couple of times who said they would come and pick it up but they never turned up, someone on the street must have reported it to the dvla now and it has been clamped today. I don't want the car, I rung the car tax enforcement company that has taken the car and told them, she said if you don't want it don't pay the release
  3. Hi, I wonder if someone is able to give me a little advise. I declared my motorbike sorn 2006. Stupidly thinking that it was then sorn for the whole period I needed it to be. I moved address and sent the v5 with my new address on it. I did not receive the new v5 with my new address. I had stored the motorbike and the situation was at the back of my mind and other things in life had taken over. recently I contact the dvla explain that I never received the new v5 and that I have the green part only. They send me a new v5c for free and that's that sort
  4. Reality TV star Kerry Katona has been declared bankrupt again and dropped as the face of payday lender Cash Lady. The former Atomic Kitten singer made a petition under the name Kerry Jane Elizabeth Katona at Wigan County Court, today – less than five years after the last time she applied for bankruptcy. In 2008, she filed for bankruptcy due to an £86,000 unpaid tax bill. Bankruptcy status usually lasts for a year, but Ms Katona's status was extended eventually lasting nearly three years. It was suggested that Ms Katona failed to meet requirements set by the court. In May, an adver
  5. Hello, I am a new user. I hope someone can help as I have a court hearing early November. I stopped paying my Credit Cards middle of 2010 after I lost my job. I could not reach an agreement with the Credit Card companies to pay a smaller repayment until I find a new job. Few months later, I was getting letters and calls from different Debt Collection Agencies. I ignored their letters and phone calls till they stopped. Earlier this year, a man came to my door and asked of me. My brother opened the door as I was not in as he was here on holiday from abroad. He asked the man who he was and
  6. Please help i have made a big mistake and not filed any self assessment tax forms for secondary income i have received in the past 3 years. I am employed already and built a few websites on the side not fully realising the imapact of not declaring the income. I think i owe between £1600-£2000, and i expect i will also have to pay penalties. I want to pay, but am worried that my employer will find out and what hmrc will say. I realise my mistake now and want to end this - please help.
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