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Self Assessment & PPI
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kelly 16
Old 29-04-2012, 11:31 PM
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Default Self Assessment & PPI

I had PPI whilst I was self employed as well as being full time employed but wasn't aware that I couldn't ever claim on it because of this but because my self employed work was intermittent I hadn't actually earnt anything during some of the years but I kept the Self employment running with the tax office and submitted self assessment until a couple of years ago. My question is what do I need to submit to the company who charged me the PPI? do I just submit the template that is on this site and wait for them to ask for confirmation or supply something with the form?
Sorry, this might e basic but I hate doing this type of stuff and really haven't got a clue.
Thank you
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Old 29-04-2012, 11:43 PM
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Your employment status at the time the PPI was sold to you is what matters - if you were in full time employment then it wouldn't have been a mis-sale (for employment reasons anyway). If you'd been self-employed only then that would be a stronger reason for a mis-sale.
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