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I'm unsure how to answer the question about household income, because ours is so varied. My partner is a contractor, so he moves in and out of work with various pro rata-d salaries. Some months he doesn't work. What should we put in the application? I've been working up until recently, but I've stopped now in preparation for my course (PGCE).

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Hi,

I'm unsure how to answer the question about household income, because ours is so varied. My partner is a contractor, so he moves in and out of work with various pro rata-d salaries. Some months he doesn't work. What should we put in the application? I've been working up until recently, but I've stopped now in preparation for my course (PGCE).

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Hi there, we need to see his 2018/19 tax year income. This tax year has finished so he can provide this.He can login to the HMRC website online to view his 2018/19 income.
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Hi there, we need to see his 2018/19 tax year income. This tax year has finished so he can provide this.He can login to the HMRC website online to view his 2018/19 income.
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Sure, but then it's decreased drastically, so what happens then? Also, do I need to include my income for that year?? Obviously I'm about to be a student so my income won't contribute.
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Sure, but then it's decreased drastically, so what happens then? Also, do I need to include my income for that year?? Obviously I'm about to be a student so my income won't contribute.
As you are the student we don't need to know about your earned income unless your employer releases you to study (pays you a salary to go to university). We do need to know about any unearned income you have though such as rental income, bank interest etc.

If your household income has dropped by more than 15% then your sponsor(partner/spouse) can complete a Current Year Income form to provide their estimated 2020/21 current tax year income. If they do this, it's important they update us if their income changes throughout the year because at the end of the tax year we will ask them to provide the actual income they earned with evidence and if their actual income doesn't match the estimated income they provided then it could cause you to be overpaid and be required to pay money back. Your sponsor can download this form here https://www.gov.uk/student-finance-f...le-pff2-or-cyi and the form can be uploaded online.
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OK great, thank you
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OK great, thank you
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