PN1 Higher Education Support 2004/2005 Watch

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Got mine today, filled it out and going to post it tomorrow.

So whats all the fuss about, it isn't that hard to fill out and if you are contemplating a degree then you shoulnt have too many problems with it .
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Got mine today, filled it out and going to post it tomorrow.

So whats all the fuss about, it isn't that hard to fill out and if you are contemplating a degree then you shoulnt have too many problems with it .
I only had problems because my dad only earns £12,000 a year but gets a further 10 or so in pension however like 40% gets taxed but they didn't ask for income after tax, so then I have to sort out his forms that he receives to send off so i get help with tution fees etc and it's all very confusing
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I only had problems because my dad only earns £12,000 a year but gets a further 10 or so in pension however like 40% gets taxed but they didn't ask for income after tax, so then I have to sort out his forms that he receives to send off so i get help with tution fees etc and it's all very confusing
Excuse my ignorance but what is LCC?
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London College of Communication aka London College of Printing, part of the London Institute
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(Original post by Danithestudent)
I only had problems because my dad only earns £12,000 a year but gets a further 10 or so in pension however like 40% gets taxed but they didn't ask for income after tax, so then I have to sort out his forms that he receives to send off so i get help with tution fees etc and it's all very confusing
Forty percent?! That's the rate for the higher rate tax band - if you earn more than £30,500 over the personal allowance. Shouldn't he be taxed under the basic rate of twenty-two percent?
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He retired from a £70k after tax civil servant job (an important one, keeping you safe even now mind) like...over a year ago. And our house is worth like half a mill or something, was last time but we're putting it on the market in the next week or so.
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what's the PN1? Can anybody post a link to it please?
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He retired from a £70k after tax civil servant job (an important one, keeping you safe even now mind) like...over a year ago. And our house is worth like half a mill or something, was last time but we're putting it on the market in the next week or so.
Very nice.

General question now - should I send off my passport or should I send a certified copy of it? The DfES site says that they'll accept photocopies if they are stamped and signed by a professional person, e.g. doctor, teacher etc. I don't trust the Royal Mail with my passport.
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what's the PN1? Can anybody post a link to it please?
It's the application form for student support for students in England and Wales.

http://www.dfes.gov.uk/studentsupport/

http://www.studentsupportdirect.co.uk/
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Very nice.

General question now - should I send off my passport or should I send a certified copy of it? The DfES site says that they'll accept photocopies if they are stamped and signed by a professional person, e.g. doctor, teacher etc. I don't trust the Royal Mail with my passport.
i sent mine off with my form and everything was fine- it was sent back to me and i got it this morning!!
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