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Hi, I applied for a current year income assessment from SFE this year (20/21) and was successful. However, my Dad got the tax years confused and wrote the wrong income on the form so earned more than he stated. I will have to pay most of the extra finance back which won't be a problem as I haven't spent it. The problem is he earned a lot less in the 19/20 tax year than the 20/21 tax year. The 19/20 tax year would usually be used to determine how much maintenance loan I'll get in 21/22 academic year but I am worried that because SFE will see he earned more in 20/21 they will give me less loan next year. On the PR2 form he has ticked 'no' where it asked if his 20/21 earnings can be used for future applications so I assume they will use his 19/20 earnings for next year as normal. So does anyone know what will happen? Will next year's loan be based on my Dad's lower 19/20 income like it would be if I had never done the CYI or not? Please help!
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Hi, I applied for a current year income assessment from SFE this year (20/21) and was successful. However, my Dad got the tax years confused and wrote the wrong income on the form so earned more than he stated. I will have to pay most of the extra finance back which won't be a problem as I haven't spent it. The problem is he earned a lot less in the 19/20 tax year than the 20/21 tax year. The 19/20 tax year would usually be used to determine how much maintenance loan I'll get in 21/22 academic year but I am worried that because SFE will see he earned more in 20/21 they will give me less loan next year. On the PR2 form he has ticked 'no' where it asked if his 20/21 earnings can be used for future applications so I assume they will use his 19/20 earnings for next year as normal. So does anyone know what will happen? Will next year's loan be based on my Dad's lower 19/20 income like it would be if I had never done the CYI or not? Please help!
Hi Tom, please avoid creating duplicate threads, it gives me deja vu

I have responded here https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho...033&highlight=

Thanks, Isaac
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