Re: I want/need to work
- From: "Fletcher" <fletcherhere@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2005 00:34:26 GMT
Hey you options are simple,
your finished with employed work else you pay
You can be a house husband,
you can work on he black market,
hey don't knock it
You can become SELF EMPLOYEd, BIG HASSEL BUT YOU GET CONTROL
"tony" <apsp60@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> Can you please clarify
> If I get part time work or low paid job (say £150 per week) would I take
> home anything?
> I need to pay mortguage, or maybe just give up and die?
> "Martin Davies" <mart2306@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > tony wrote:
> >> I gave up work due to stress, I would like to work again.
> >> 1. I got assesed in last job at full time hours, plus overtime.
> >> 2. I had illness caused by stress and reduced hours to 15.
> >> 3. CSA did not reassess on old system which put me in the shit they
> >> say I owe £3000 arreas.
> > Did they say why they didn't reassess? Or just natural incompetence on
> > their part?
> >> 4. When I went on inncopasity benifit I made the assumption that CSA
> >> being part of the DfWP would be told (naturally because when they
> >> rang to harass me at work they said it was the Dept of Work and
> >> Pensions.) Concequently they preumably continued trying to enforce a
> >> DEO from non existant wages.
> > If they weren't aware you had left, yes they would have tried that.
> >> 5. They continnued to build up arreas for me, nice people
> >> 6. I raised this with them and they claimed that they only say that
> >> there the DfWP to avoid my embarrasement. (very thoughtful.)
> >> 6. If I get a job will I go onto new system, are the percentages as
> >> simple as they look.
> > No, you remain on the old system.
> > The percentages aren't quite as simple as they are shown, and an element
> > of spin is applied to make them look good.
> > Basically the percentages are maximum for assessment (excluding arrears
> > phasing),but can be altered by pensions, shared care and variations (CS2
> > version of departures).
> >> 7. what will they demand for arreas?
> > They will usually demand the lot, payable within 7 days. Bit like the
> > demanding money, though the bank don't demand with their first letter.
> > The ball is then in your court to negotiate arrears repayment rate.
> > Oh,and as on incapacity benefit, check with disability advisor at
> > jobcentre what can be claimed. Working tax credits have different limits
> > for those classed by customs&revenue as disabled, and there may be other
> > financial help (free money) available.
> > Martin <><
> > --
> > http://www.cashisallyouneed.co.uk/
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