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04 Mar 08 #15706 by doodles
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can anybody please help me, ive just recieved a form E to fill in and im confused and worried as my ex ran a business (ceased to run around sep 07) in my name, however i never had anything to do with it or recieved or even know what income was gained from it, just know he was decietful with the inland revenue and did not declare much of the income he recieved from it.. how to i fill in the business part of the form?? thanx

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04 Mar 08 #15709 by BVG
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Hi Doodles,
Just be honest and put in that part of the Form what you have just stated about the business. Your bank statements and other financial information will give truth to your claim.

I would be worried if I was the X because he will have to supply bank statements and other financial information that can only support your declaration.

When you exchange form E's you will be able to investigate further and prove your declaration and be allowed to ask for further information to clarify any business interests.

Dont worry about this form E just answer honestly and openly.

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04 Mar 08 #15711 by doodles
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thank you for that bvg x

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