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Tax owing - from a few years ag

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I have recently had a few letters from HMRC. The first told me that I owe them £1100-00p. The other letters set out how I come to owe this amount. I have contacted them and told them that I cannot possibly pay them this money. I am unemployed , disabled and have just gone through a divorce. I subsequently received another letter from them stating that if I don't pay up, they will start to charge me interest. Now, I receive Industrial Injuries Disability Benefit and DLA (mobility) higher rate. The amount of benefit I receive puts me over the threshold for income related ESA; therefore I don't receive that. I am now in a position , just as a lot of people; that I have to pay 20% of my council tax out of my benefits. Add to this that I have to pay £25 per month to the legal aid people - to clear my debt with them , due to the divorce. I just cannot afford to pay any money to HMRC. PLEASE, where do I go from here. Many thanks in anticipation.


Cheers - Scousegeezer

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with it being tax it will have to be paid back. you can arrange it in instalments with them if they let you and if you explain why you cant afford to pay it in full .


but they might request your income and expenditure (how much you get each month and what you pay out etc ect) and try and work out an amount you can afford to pay .


my mum owed tax and they set up an instalment plan for her each month to pay back


call them explain and see what they say ideally they would like it all back at once but if you cannot afford it all at once im sure they would carnage a repayment plan but you must contact them to explain and see what you can afford to pay

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