Re: Living Abroad
- From: Gilbert <roger.varley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2008 12:49:04 -0800 (PST)
On 21 Jan, 13:43, csad...@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
The vagueness of the CSA request is unhelpful and puzzelling. Perhaps
you should ask what they mean by 'family'.
They may want to believe or suspect you deliberately mad yourself
redundant and try to argue you did it to deprive yourself as earnings
- in which case there are provisions in the Legilation to caslculate
what you would have owed had you not deliberatly (in their opinion)
deprived yourself of earnings. However, any appeal against their
assessment could be timed out depending how long ago the assement was
made. Much more background info would be needed
If you feel the CSA have ulterior motives for contacting you you need
to get advice from someone like NACSA who can go through the deatil
...and just because there is no mention of money or arrears don't
assume anything - the purpose of the CSA is to do just one thing -
calculate and collect was is or was owed.
You are frightening me .....