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Re: financial disclosure and savings

Post by Volupturaptor » Thu Feb 24, 2011 10:17 am

The form just specified "per year" so we just x12, 52 or 13 as appropriate. The savings etc. bit asked for balances at the end of the last tax year...

If I've got it all terribly wrong I'm sure I'll be hearing from them! :oops:

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Re: financial disclosure and savings

Post by lonelymom » Thu Feb 24, 2011 10:35 am

Sounds like they've either changed the form for new entrants, or maybe you'll have another set to fill in nearer April? If not, how can your savings from the end of the last tax year, which will be April 2010, be relevant in 2011/2012? This is all very confusing :?
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Re: financial disclosure and savings

Post by Volupturaptor » Thu Feb 24, 2011 12:32 pm

You're right, it is confusing. :?

It's funny, this forum, and many others can be so helpful for sharing experiences and clearing up confusion, yet the flip side is that if we were not communicating in this way, we'd be none the wiser about apparent differences, thus avoiding confusion! :lol:

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Re: financial disclosure and savings

Post by englishangel » Thu Feb 24, 2011 1:14 pm

Most of these things go on the previous year. When completing forms for Student Loans for 2011/2012 we had to produce P60s for 2009/2010. And it took ages although all he was after was the basic loan that everyone gets. He eventually got his first term loan on 7th January.
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Re: financial disclosure and savings

Post by Atticus » Thu Feb 24, 2011 1:47 pm

I have only had and sent off the acceptance form, signing life away form and deposit.

I have a rough idea of the fees for us as I asked the admissions office after the nov assessment. Beans on toast for 7 years ;-)

Need to sort out my filing though ...

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Re: financial disclosure and savings

Post by pinkhebe » Thu Feb 24, 2011 2:06 pm

Atticus wrote:I have only had and sent off the acceptance form, signing life away form and deposit.

I have a rough idea of the fees for us as I asked the admissions office after the nov assessment. Beans on toast for 7 years ;-)

Need to sort out my filing though ...

We might run to a jacket potato with beans on special occasions :D

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Re: financial disclosure and savings

Post by J.R. » Thu Feb 24, 2011 2:20 pm

pinkhebe wrote:
Atticus wrote:I have only had and sent off the acceptance form, signing life away form and deposit.

I have a rough idea of the fees for us as I asked the admissions office after the nov assessment. Beans on toast for 7 years ;-)

Need to sort out my filing though ...

We might run to a jacket potato with beans on special occasions :D

AND beans ??????????
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Re: financial disclosure and savings

Post by lonelymom » Thu Feb 24, 2011 2:21 pm

Atticus wrote:I have only had and sent off the acceptance form, signing life away form and deposit.

I have a rough idea of the fees for us as I asked the admissions office after the nov assessment. Beans on toast for 7 years ;-)

Need to sort out my filing though ...
You can afford beans??????? I get excited if I can afford butter on my toast! :lol:
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Re: financial disclosure and savings

Post by J.R. » Thu Feb 24, 2011 2:32 pm

Wots butter ??
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Re: financial disclosure and savings

Post by Atticus » Thu Feb 24, 2011 3:03 pm

The posh stuff you get from cows.. You put milk in a jar and shake it really fast. ;-)

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Re: financial disclosure and savings

Post by J.R. » Thu Feb 24, 2011 3:10 pm

Atticus wrote:The posh stuff you get from cows.. You put milk in a jar and shake it really fast. ;-)

REALLY ??

I put it on my rhubarb ! :oops:
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Re: financial disclosure and savings

Post by Atticus » Thu Feb 24, 2011 3:46 pm

J.R. wrote:
Atticus wrote:The posh stuff you get from cows.. You put milk in a jar and shake it really fast. ;-)

REALLY ??

I put it on my rhubarb ! :oops:
I remember that... My grandmother called it
'top of the milk'...wasn't the same when she switched
To homogenised milk. Lol

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Re: financial disclosure and savings

Post by CHDad » Thu Feb 24, 2011 7:14 pm

Luxury !

What I wouldn't give to have a tin of baked beans !

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Re: financial disclosure and savings

Post by sejintenej » Thu Feb 24, 2011 7:17 pm

Atticus wrote: I remember that... My grandmother called it
'top of the milk'...wasn't the same when she switched
To homogenised milk. Lol
My understanding is that it is now actually illegal to consume raw milk

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Re: financial disclosure and savings

Post by sejintenej » Thu Feb 24, 2011 7:20 pm

Volupturaptor wrote:The form just specified "per year" so we just x12, 52 or 13 as appropriate. The savings etc. bit asked for balances at the end of the last tax year...
If I've got it all terribly wrong I'm sure I'll be hearing from them! :oops:
Going back to early posts I understand that someone had saved money towards specific bills which wil become payable in the future. Inj such case then the liability for such bills will have already started to accrue (for example so many months telephone standing charges and telephone usage, rates, electricity stannding charges etc. ) and these should be declared as debts against the savings even if you have not yet received the bill..

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