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If using the current-year-income for 13/14, what happens in next years and onwards Watch

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    So I'm sorted for Uni-year 2013/14, which originally wanted tax-year 2011/12 but now using the current-year-income form (due to parent redundancy), hence income from 2013/14. So then, what happens next year and year after... Uni-year 2014/15 would normally ask for tax-year 2012/13, so do I use that one, or do I have to always use the current-year form going forwards?
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    Hi Jelly,

    No you don't have to always use Current Year Income. So next year we'll as for your parental income from 12/13 as you won't have given us this yet and the year after we'll need the 13/14 income info but we'll already have it on file for you.

    Hope this helps,
    Mark-Lee
 
 
 
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