Wondering if anyone could help. Having unexpectedly landed my self a one year placement I'm in limbo over whether or not I'll be exempt from council tax.
I'm going to have to deffer my final year of study so I can take up the year long placement (which will ironically mean I'm going to be employed by my university) and was wondering if I'll have a council tax bill slammed in my face. I'll be sharing a house with other uni students (which apparently means 25% off woopdeedoo). I've looked around and found mixed answers. I've emailed my uni, but they're yet to get back to me.
The placement is well payed - and something I'm not prepared to throw away because of a tax, but I'm hoping the council tax bill won't be too massive if I have to foot it.
Any advice would be great!
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Council Tax on deffered placement year watch
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- 13-04-2013 22:32
- 14-04-2013 12:02
Is it part of your course (sandwich course)? If it isn't, then you are effectively taking a gap year and I assume you would be liable for council tax (75%).
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- 14-04-2013 20:46
If it's a part of your course then you should be exempt