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    • Feyfangirl
    • By Feyfangirl 19th Jun 17, 12:12 PM
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    Due to go in for an op, due to be signed off for 2 weeks, working tax credit query?
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    Due to go in for an op, due to be signed off for 2 weeks, working tax credit query? 19th Jun 17 at 12:12 PM
    Hi All

    I am an apprentice, who is due to go in for an operation on her ear. Once I have the op, I am supposed to take two weeks off work, the question is for me, where would I stand regarding my working tax credit claim? I will notify them, but would it stop or simply put my claim on pause whilst I am recovering? any help would be most appreciated!
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    Will you be receiving SSP whilst off sick?
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