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  1. OK last year i set up a monthly DD to pay my car road tax. This has been paid every single month and i have never missed a payment. At the beginning of April i received a letter saying my car was not taxed the letter was dated around the middle of march. I checked my bank and found the DD for April had been paid so i assumed it must have been a mistake. I just received a second letter telling me my car was not taxed so this time i checked online and it shows my car as being not taxed. There is no reason why my car tax is not taxed. The monthly DD is still being paid and has never fa
  2. Hi Looking for information here. We purchased a little Citroen the other day Collected it after it had been taxed at 9.10am. My wife then used it for work transport and parked it on a side road. When arriving back to her car at 2pm there was a clamp and sticker on it saying no tax. i rang the number given on the leaflet and was told car was not taxed. Yet we had purchased in the morning. The lady said the car was clamped at 10.05 in the morning. Surely DVLA would know that tax would be on it? So i paid the fine to release the clamp. £100. H
  3. Just a quick question, probably a simple answer. I get paid a yearly bonus, this year it was close to £3000, but I've only ended up with £1800 home. My pay is in the region of 30k. Why am I taxed so heavily? I know I'll get taxed on all of the bonus, but it seems way more than the 20% tax rate. Is it because the system is assuming I'll get paid at that rate for the remainder of the tax year, and I'll get some back next month? or what's going on??
  4. Want to share a view with you on a company and hopefully anyone is unfortunate enough to have to deal with them can save themselves a few hundred pounds. My car was declared SORN and I had to move it off a friend’s drive for 24 hours. In this time it was claimed for not being taxed on Friday 21st Feb. On Saturday I tried to call the company and they did not pick up. I got the vehicle insured for a few hours so I could tax it. On Monday I called the office of Redcorn LTD on ...... several times, no-one picked up. On Monday afternoon, they removed my vehicle
  5. I hope someone can help clarify my options and give me any advice. Two weeks ago I returned to my car and discovered it had been clamped for not paying road tax. I had honestly not realised that my vehicle was not taxed - as most people presumably do, I renew the tax when I receive the reminder. The tax ran out on 31st January and I have received no renewal notice nor any correspondence once the car was no longer taxed. In the period the car has been un-taxed, I have renewed both the MOT and insurance so I am obviously not trying to avoid my responsibilities. I def
  6. Hi Friend just had her ppi claim upheld, sent her an offer of £3200 minus £417 for tax base rate at 20% for 8% compensation, she is just a normal tax payer is this about right. Any thoughts please Tinks
  7. Hi guys, First post here. I found the forum while on google. I don't have any paperwork infront of me so I will just give you the basic outline of my story minus all the road traffic act BS etc. My motorbike was up for sale, so I put a full MOT and 12 months TAX on to help sell it. It didn't sell and it just sat in my shed. A few months went by and I got a demand from the DVLA as my bike was no longer insured. I had to insure it or sorn it. I could return the tax disc for a refund. Failure to do so would end up with penalty or court. Being disorganized, I had lost the new tax di
  8. Hi! So I was just asking for advice on what I should do in the following circumstance: I purchased my car on the 28th of April and as it was declared SORN it has not been taxed previously due to the former keeper not having insurance on it. So, on the morning of the 28th, I insured myself, nagged the insurance company to send me a cover letter so I could go to the Post Office (this was Saturday 28th) and tax it myself with the new keeper supplement and I have the tax disc displayed before obviously driving it away. Then today, I received a letter saying that photographic evidenc
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