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    Total tax, Class 4 NIC and Student loan due...HELP!
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    • 26th Jan 12, 10:43 PM
    Total tax, Class 4 NIC and Student loan due...HELP! 26th Jan 12 at 10:43 PM
    Apologies if this is the wrong area but I am desperately seeking some assistance.

    Me: NOT self employed, have NEVER been to university and as such do NOT have a student loan.

    I have had to complete the self assessment online return for a few years now thanks to a mistake by an old employer which I have always completed without any problems.

    I have just completed my return this year and under 'View Your Calculation' it states 'Total tax, Class 4 NIC and Student loan due for 2010-11' and a sum of around £3,500. Payment due by 31st Jan is over £5,000!!

    The only thing different I completed this year was that I had to list two employers as i switched jobs half way through the previous year. I completed the sums of money from each company but can't see how this would be related?!

    As I said, I have NEVER been to university and DO NOT have a student loan so how has this sum been calculated? I'm hoping there is a mistake somewhere!!!

    Can anyone suggest what is going on?

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