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16 May 10 #204066 by nagios
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Morning all, Here's a question.

For the past 5 years my wife has had all of the tac credits etc paid to her but it's been a joint claim. Since we split she has now had the claim put in to her name as a new one.

The ond claims had a massive cockup on HMRCs part where we were not paid anything for 9 months.. My question is this.

Was I supposed to get anything from that claim? If not whay was my name even on it?

Thanks

Pete

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16 May 10 #204090 by Richie Rich
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Hi

I cant uderstand your questions

. Are you asking whther you should have got some money from the joint claim? Not neccesarily no- in a joint claim the individuals arent separately recognised. The claim is mad as an economic unit. Of course when they come to recover any overpayments then its a separate matter and they can come after you individually as you are 'jointly and severally liable' even though you personally may not have received the actual cash. If you are a couple you have to make a joint claim thus your name wil be on the claim.

Hopefully i have answered your question- let me know if it hasnt


Rich

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