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    Unpaid tax demand i can't afford to pay HELP!
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    • 10th Feb 11, 11:23 AM
    Unpaid tax demand i can't afford to pay HELP! 10th Feb 11 at 11:23 AM
    Not sure if this is the right thread for this, but anyway…….

    A few years ago I worked a second job and I have just had a notice from the tax office telling them that I owe them £2700 in underpaid tax.

    I have read online that if you owe over £2k then they will demand it all back in one payment.

    I am starting to panic as I have no savings, my income after tax is £1300 but my outgoings are £1157 a month, which leaves me (not including clothing, any entertainment or unexpected costs such as household or car repairs)…….

    As you can understand, I am in no position to pay it back, either in a lump sum, or even over 12 months. I am starting to panic slightly!

    Has anyone got any advice before I call them up to discuss the money owed? Thanks!
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