forms questions

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Bankruptcy & Living With It
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uptomyeyes1984uptomyeyes1984 Forumite
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Bankruptcy & Living With It
hi all, couple more questions.

1- my husband is filling his forms in and got to the question about recieving benefits, we do recieve them child/working tax credit and child benefit but they come through in my name does he still need to put that he gets them? they go into joint account

2 - your income tax ref number is this your tax code?


dont worry nearly done with the forms lol
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  • missyp123missyp123 Forumite
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    hi,
    we put tax credits down as joint, as they are in both names and we made a note of that.
    child benifts are in mine so they went only on my forms .

    the tax code can be found on your p60 its a long number with a few letters in if i remember rightly. once you have that you can do a search on the internet to find your tax office. both mine and DH were in different places so check both.

    best of luck :)
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  • i must be either stupid or just very tired now lol i really cant find this income tax ref number on my p60???? all i can see with number and letters in is the tax code and then the employee PAYE reference.

    any ideas?
    :male: 2 Beautiful Boys :male:
    :beer: Not uptomyeyes anymore thanx MSE & friends for all your help:beer:
  • I'll vote for very tired...

    It's the PAYE reference (PAYE is the method by which you pay income tax).
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