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If I have had to pay £50 a month on an attachment to earnings, but now I am only getting SSP at £75 a week, can i ask the Court to reduce this? and if so, how do I go about doing it?

 

I would say that I have absolutely no details other than the court it came from - it happened because all the paperwork was delivered to my old address 6 months after I had moved out so I had no chance to be able to deal with it until I started getting this deduction each month.

 

It was arguable whether I owed the money, however, since this was 3 years ago, and is still going on now it must be nearly paid, so I'm just happy to have it off my back, but I cannot afford £50 a month right now.

 

Would be most grateful for any pointers in the right direction.

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The payments should automatically stop by your employer as you are below the threshold

Appendix 1: Deductions from weekly earnings from 6 April 2008

 

Net earnings

Deductions

Not exceeding £85

Nil

Exceeding £85 but not exceeding £125

£4

Exceeding £125 but not exceeding £135

£6

Exceeding £135 but not exceeding £145

£9

Exceeding £145 but not exceeding £160

£13

Exceeding £160 but not exceeding £175

£15

Exceeding £175 but not exceeding £190

£19

Exceeding £190 but not exceeding £210

£22

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