Have brought a closure on the great majority of issues, not because we agreed with the CSA but mainly to reduce the number of outstanding disagreements and the +is roughly equalled the -is, there are three outstanding periods 11.03.10 to 17.11.10 where the difference is that the CSA have claimed £1656 more than we considered was due, during that period there was wide fluctuations in income between £1392 down to £25.
The next period is 24.02.11 to 13.03.11 CSA claiming £144 more than wage slips equate to, income for that period was between £1259 and £0.00
The third period in question is 10.11.11 to 31.10.12 CSA claiming £450 more than wage slips equate to (unemployed for approximately 6 months, income varied between £2555.31 and £0.00.
All incomes are Gross, my concern is that we have asked on numerous occasions for the CSA reasons as to how they arrived at their calculations, that information was never passed to us until the 11.06.14 and then just covering the three periods outstanding.
I asked for and got details of the weeks which the CSA based their assessment on, two of these are incorrect and I feel for that the third was selective as the CSA chose 3 consecutive weeks, missed out the 4th which was a lower figure and went on to the 5 week, however I have not asked for the complete file, am I entitled to do this.