Student Loan Repayment after Redundancy - Scotland

I have been repaying my student loan at about £8-12 per month. I've just been made redundant and have my final payslip - Total of £11,100.   £6500 of this is redundancy payment. Student loan of £463 has been deducted but I can't find out why it is so high or how it has been worked out. Citizens Advice can't help, and Student Loan Company aren't answering calls.  Employer hasn't responded either. No help on SLC website cause I'm not a student anymore!

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  • JReacher1
    JReacher1 Posts: 4,651
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    I think you pay a percentage of something like 9% on earnings over a certain figure. This payslip is a lot higher than normal so you’ve paid 9% on your higher than normal payslip. 
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