Advertisement

loader

Talk

Advanced search

Mumsnet has not checked the qualifications of anyone posting here. Free legal advice is available from a Citizen's Advice Bureau, and the Law Society can supply a list of local solicitors.

HMRC say I have to pay back £2569.70 CTC to them ....

(14 Posts)
Disenchanted3 Mon 17-Aug-09 17:49:51

The letter said this morning <<faint>>

I phone them.

Oh no thats wrong, They are actually upping my money by £15.

Errr right ok, thanks for the heart attack hmm

kando Mon 17-Aug-09 18:02:34

blimey! Thank goodness it was a mistake!!

Alibabaandthe40nappies Mon 17-Aug-09 18:04:54

shock

HaggisNeepsnTatties Mon 17-Aug-09 18:04:55

Phew! I was about to have a heart attack for you! shock grin

ipiratethief Mon 17-Aug-09 18:05:24

omg what a shock!! glad it's not right tho.

mumoverseas Thu 20-Aug-09 15:44:56

christ, not much difference between their two calculations. They really are numpties these people. So glad you got is sorted

peppapighastakenovermylife Mon 31-Aug-09 18:17:30

OMG!!!!

onepieceoflollipop Mon 31-Aug-09 18:21:00

Easy mistake for them to make hmm

That reminds me, they recently paid me almost £400 unexpectedly, and I want to speak to a human to check it is not a error.

Glad it is sorted!

thrifty Tue 01-Sep-09 07:30:22

glad yours was a mistake. Came to look for advice on here as checked my account yesterday to find a tax credit payment of over £2500, bloody hell, i'm rich! But it must be wrong as i was only getting £42 a month before. Any advice? I'm sure they'll want it back.

nikki1978 Tue 01-Sep-09 07:38:16

Thrifty if they have done it it is probably right. Call them and find out why. Has your income decreased in the last two years?

nikki1978 Tue 01-Sep-09 07:39:01

I had a payment of £1800 once as we ended up earning less that year than we had stated

thrifty Tue 01-Sep-09 08:19:48

yes, i'm self employed and my costs were high last year, so my profit was estimated low. However, this year my profit will be back up, will they want it back next year?

thrifty Tue 01-Sep-09 08:41:01

yes, i'm self employed and my costs were high last year, so my profit was estimated low. However, this year my profit will be back up, will they want it back next year?

thrifty Tue 01-Sep-09 08:53:41

oops :-)

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now