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milena76
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I am a bit confused regarding declaring pension as income, as I am moving back with my ex next year. I work and he is retired, He receives his pension, He is not my daughters father. I don’t know if his income of his pension will affect her entitlement? Can anybody tell me please. as I am a bit lost in this one. she started in September 2019. I am planning to move back with my ex in April next year. thank you!!!
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I am a bit confused regarding declaring pension as income, as I am moving back with my ex next year. I work and he is retired, He receives his pension, He is not my daughters father. I don’t know if his income of his pension will affect her entitlement? Can anybody tell me please. as I am a bit lost in this one. she started in September 2019. I am planning to move back with my ex in April next year. thank you!!!
Hi there,

If you are going to be supporting your daughters application for the 2019/20 Academic Year then we would ask you to provide your financial figures for the tax year 2017/18.

We do take into account pensions as a taxable income, therefore ask you to declare any private pensions, state pension, pensions from previous employers or personal pensions.

Thanks, Amy
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