How thick does a piece of string need to be before it's a rope?
Could all happen quickly might take months however they don't care as if
they don't collect now you'll accumulate arrears and they just take more of
you so it's probably in your interest to have this all happen quickly which
means you would have to tell them what's happening, although your don't have
to but as an employee with DEO you have little in the way of options.
They do check with IR so it's only a matter of time.
You'll be reassessed if your income changes but you will defiantly not move
If you accumulate a lot more arrears during this change they may take
proportionaly more by DEO than they are presently taking!
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I am hoping that someone can advise me, on the steps that will happen
after i leave my present job, and start work for a new company the
1. At present, my CSA payments, are stopped from my wages, how long
does it take the CSA, to realise that i have moved?
2. Do i need to imform them of my new employers details?
3. Would they then run checks with the tax office, to see where i am
working, and what income i would then be on?
4. Would i then be reassed, and be moved from the old system, to the
Thanks for any help given