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    • AdviceSought
    • By AdviceSought 10th Aug 17, 4:29 PM
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    Student Loan statement - confusedd
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    • 10th Aug 17, 4:29 PM
    Student Loan statement - confusedd 10th Aug 17 at 4:29 PM
    So, I got my SLC statement through for 2016/17 - for some reason, the statement says they only received about £10 odds from HMRC towards it.

    Given that I KNOW I had much more deducted than that in student loan contributions, surely this can't be right?

    Or would I be due a rebate for overpayment, like you do for income tax if circumstances change in the tax year?
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    • Lokolo
    • By Lokolo 10th Aug 17, 4:51 PM
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    How much do your payslips show you've paid?

    From April 2016 -> March 2017.
    • CanadianDream
    • By CanadianDream 10th Aug 17, 5:39 PM
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    Check your payslips and if it does show student loan repayments, I would contact HR and payroll department of the company I work for and ask what happened.
    Currently saving £4k until September 2018 for Canada working holiday - £51.69/£4000
    • Mogley
    • By Mogley 10th Aug 17, 10:27 PM
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    I had a similar problem when my company changed ownership. Being able to send SLC copies of my payslips got the error sorted.
    No.25 for 2017 £1070/£4000 saved.
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    • Poolie
    • By Poolie 11th Aug 17, 9:27 AM
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    Does the statement say "Final" at the top? If not, it means they are expecting more information from HMRC and therefore this isn't the last statement you will receive.

    Did you work for anybody else? They would have deducted student loan repayments as well.
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