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    • Dazed and confused
    • By Dazed and confused 8th Jul 18, 1:00 PM
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    • 8th Jul 18, 1:00 PM
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    • 8th Jul 18, 1:00 PM
    This should help for the pension,

    Not enough info about the uniform. If it is a genuine (logo'd) uniform then why did you have to buy it. Normally an employer provides a uniform.
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    • 8th Jul 18, 1:45 PM
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    • 8th Jul 18, 1:45 PM
    Thanks for the reply.

    My uniforms do not have logos, I buy them from a high street shop.

    I read the pdf but no clue yet, the matter is I don't know how to deduct my Nest pension from my Income when declaring it for tax credit.
    • Darksparkle
    • By Darksparkle 8th Jul 18, 3:45 PM
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    • 8th Jul 18, 3:45 PM
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    • 8th Jul 18, 3:45 PM
    Clothing from high street with no work logos/permanent badges added aren't a uniform. They are just clothes just the same as millions of people need to buy for work. You could if you want to wear these clothes out with work.

    A uniform in this context means a set of clothing of a specialised nature that is recognisable as a uniform and is intended to identify its wearer as having a particular occupation.

    Why does the pdf not help? Does this help make it clearer?
    Last edited by Darksparkle; 08-07-2018 at 3:48 PM.
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