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Informing  DWP/iR about change in address

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How to inform the Department for works and pensions/ Inland revenue

(National Insurance Number card)

about the chane in one's address.

i moved home recently?

help please.

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My phone book has a large advert under Inland Revenue - try that.

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Trinity,

Do we need to do all these.

I have changed jobs and address in the last 2 years but done nothing.

How will it affect?

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the advantage is if you are eligible for any refund in National Insurance contributions, the claims letter will be sent to the address they have.

its quite a significant amount. I was refunded 140 pounds this year and around the same amount last year.

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When you get your NI card, it comes with a letter that has space to fill in change of address and send it back to them. Alternately just call them up. For IR, you will have to call and let them know or ask payroll to inform them

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I had 800 pounds returned back some how.

I never informed them about change of my address........dont know how much i lost till now.

thank you trinity.

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Wow!

I think I should these guys up.

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I had 800 pounds returned back some how.

I never informed them about change of my address........dont know how much i lost till now.

thank you trinity.

WOW!

Congrates mate. I think it is possibly overpaid tax, rather than NI contribution. Who cares?

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the advantage is if you are eligible for any refund in National Insurance contributions, the claims letter will be sent to the address they have.

its quite a significant amount. I was refunded 140 pounds this year and around the same amount last year.

I have been in this country for over 9 years and havent got a single penny paid back from NI contributions. Perhaps I need to get in touch with the NI office. Thanks, it is a useful information.

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This really is news to me, refund from NI contribution. As far as I understand, you pay 11% (increased from 10%) 2-3 years back. I presume it is tax refund that u have enjoyed the privilege of getting back.

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