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    We are about to submit our supporting information for our daughters grant application however my husband retired in September 2015 and so our actual income from his wages for this year has halved since 2014/2015 and my income has stayed the same as last year - how can we get this reflected in our daughters assessment?
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    (Original post by HFellows)
    We are about to submit our supporting information for our daughters grant application however my husband retired in September 2015 and so our actual income from his wages for this year has halved since 2014/2015 and my income has stayed the same as last year - how can we get this reflected in our daughters assessment?
    Submit the application as usual and then fill in and send off this forum:
    http://media.slc.co.uk/sfe/1617/ft/sfe_cyi_1617_d.pdf

    I'd recommend over-estimating slightly. If you under-estimate your daughter could end up with an overpayment when they compare against HMRC records which will mean they demand instant repayments of the overpaid money.

    This means filling in income details for 2 tax years for this year - but next year your daughter's assessment will be based on the 2016/17 data too so your forms will be quicker next year.
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    Thanks, I couldn't find the 16/17 form but this is really helpful ☺
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    (Original post by HFellows)
    Thanks, I couldn't find the 16/17 form but this is really helpful ☺
    I only found it by guessing the url from previous years
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    Hi

    The CYI form may not be able to be processed until the 15/16 tax years ends. If you have sent it in it should be processed in due course.

    Thanks
 
 
 
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