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I have paid tax of £5,319.37p on my PPI repayments on the

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I have paid tax of £5,319.37p on my PPI repayments on the gross interest. I retired from full time work in November 2014 and I do not know what my tax code is - I receive the basic state pension, about £2,000 a year from two other pensions, a little bit
of interest on dividends and bank, and £5,000 less tax working for F. Barber Properties Ltd where I am a Director. Otherwise I have too many debts and a loan of £15,000 to pay off. Can I reclaim my PPI tax payments made.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  TonyTax replied 1 year ago.
Hi. I've answered this here.