Are you a victim of . . . .

  Covergirl 18:17 07 Sep 2010
Locked

. . . HMRTs miscalculations?

And if so, have you had good :-) news or bad #~:~( news?

(Neither here, I'm happy to say).

  Covergirl 18:21 07 Sep 2010

HMRC and Not yet anyway !

  peter99co 18:22 07 Sep 2010

A nurse on the news has just had a £5000 bill.

  john bunyan 18:34 07 Sep 2010

Got a £120 rebate a few weeks ago.

  sunnystaines 18:36 07 Sep 2010

phoned up today and was told I was ok, did not wait for letters.

  Forum Editor 18:54 07 Sep 2010

ditto.

  MAJ 19:13 07 Sep 2010

"A nurse on the news has just had a £5000 bill."

I think I'd realise if I was payed £100 a week more than normal.

  VCR97 19:19 07 Sep 2010

A bloke on Radio 4's PM programme said he had a statement for £11,000. He had told HMRC that he thought something was wrong - four years ago. Not surprisingly he will be appealing.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 19:21 07 Sep 2010

click here

You may be able to avoid the bill using their own rules.

  jakimo 19:24 07 Sep 2010

"I think I'd realize if I was payed £100 a week more than normal"

But would you!

You didn't notice that this report had already been posted (Tue, [email protected]:22)

  MAJ 19:34 07 Sep 2010

"You didn't notice that this report had already been posted (Tue, [email protected]:22)"

Sorry, jakimo, you've lost me.

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