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    • MSE Luke
    • By MSE Luke 4th Nov 16, 9:44 AM
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    MSE News: 10,000s of NHS staff facing tax reclaim chaos
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    • 4th Nov 16, 9:44 AM
    MSE News: 10,000s of NHS staff facing tax reclaim chaos 4th Nov 16 at 9:44 AM
    More than 16,000 NHS workers who overpaid tax and national insurance while training have applied for a refund...
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    • debbie_debt
    • By debbie_debt 21st Nov 16, 11:12 AM
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    • 21st Nov 16, 11:12 AM
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    • 21st Nov 16, 11:12 AM
    Hi,

    I've recently being going through this process after I did a 1-year School Nurse training programme in 2009/10. I earned £23,220 that year, paying full tax and national insurance.

    I wrote to HMRC directly on 27th September, requesting a refund and sending all of the paperwork/evidence in.

    Last Monday, I received a letter saying I was due a refund on my NI - cheque received last Friday!

    Apparently, the tax is being assessed separately and so I'm still waiting to hear...

    Anyone else going through this at the moment? I've had minimal issues with the chaos reported, thankfully, but it might still become hard-work getting the tax back I suppose

    Debbie
    Emergency fund £435.09/£1000
    L.B.M. 21/09/2016 DEBTS = £30,854.38 09.08.2017 DEBTS = £12,380.09
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