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Hi, I receive non-contributory ESA and also receive payments from previous self-employment (royalties etc.), so I still have to fill out a self-assessment form. I had completed my self-assessment form already, on which I had stated I received £5,271.97 net profit from my self-employment. Then I received a P60U form from the DSS stating I had been paid £9427.60 in ESA for the last tax year, £6069.71 of which was taxable. When I phoned to check this, ESA didn't really know what they were talking about, so I phoned HMRC and they said that anything over my personal allowance of £11,000 is taxable (profit + benefit). Now, £9427.60 + £5,271.97 = £14,699.57, so if you take £11,000 from that total, then that leaves £3,699.57. Surely that should be the taxable amount of benefit? Am I missing something? I can't see where they got the £6069.71 from. Am I being a moron? Thanks for any help.
Good Morning All, I've posted on here before about a CCOI and whilst all this is going on its leading to me thinking, digging and worrying about everything. There does not seem to be officially published figures for what you'll get / deducted so maybe someone on here will know? Better still if they can forward me to some sort of govt issued PDF with everything that'd be great On Income based JSA with under £6000 in savings, you get upto £71.70 a week for a simple claim. If you get support towards council tax - Will this reduce your bank-paid JSA. If so, how much? If you get support towards mortgage - Will this reduce your bank-paid JSA. If so, how much? If you get support towards rent - Will this reduce your bank-paid JSA. If so, how much? If you get support towards flat service charges - Will this reduce your bank-paid JSA. If so, how much? Thanks, James