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    (Original post by Duncan Gracie)
    Hi Jack

    Yes, in the circumstances you describe and under the current repayment policy, that’s what would happen.

    Thanks again for your questions.
    Okay thank you Duncan
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    (Original post by ddink)
    Student loan repayment shouldn't have been taken, help!
    I work for an agency as a temp worker, and in my recent pay slip they took £4 off for my student loans Repayment (I know it's not much) but I have not and will not hit the £21,000 mark to repay loans. Why has this happened and who is best to take it up with? HMRC, my agency or Student Loans? Thanks
    Hi ddink, As well as the annual thresholds there are also weekly and monthly thresholds which can often trigger a student loan repayment and this may be because you have worked overtime or had a bonus.
    If your income is over the weekly or monthly threshold but not the annual threshold, you might be due a refund. However, to get your money back you will need to wait until after April when you have received your P60 from your employer, this will show that you earned under the annual plan threshold and you can then contact SLC.
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