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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Here is their calculation and also how Prudential taxed my lump sum and my letter to HMRC that accompanied the P53.
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
I also have copies of actual completed form if you need these too. I am using 1 week trial I think?? But your advice if worth the cost>
First observation; what is the 4842 'other adjustment' plucked like a rabbit out of a hat in the first image? The tax deducted by Prudential is sheer gibberish; far too much tax has been deducted. Your letter won't come up at all! However your income tax position is: 36997 - 10600 = 26397 which at 20% is 5279. Take off tax already deducted 6528 [Prudential statement is so convoluted I cannot determine how much tax was taken off] leaves a refund of at least 1249 and possibly more.
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Thanks, ***** ***** will peruse soon, just on the phone, and come back to you.
Thank you for that letter. Brings back memories; in the late 60s early 70s Helensburgh was our Landing Craft base for resupplying the RA Range in Benbecula and the tracking station on St Kilda.
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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Keith, how did I get 36997 as my income? I can only see 19,038.90+ 6000(tax Free from Pru)+ approx 1300 (standard life). Oh yes 9.00 interest from shares. Pension credit is supposedly non taxable benefit and goes to hubby not me. I agree Pru's breakdown is weird. I also cannot understand the Adjustment bit either from HMRC. I do believe I am being left short, how would I try to get this back? We are opposite Helensburgh, Garelochead (submarine base) is between us and Helensburgh!
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