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    A charge on a property can be applied only by a magistrate. Once applied it appears on your credit record and will make obtaining loans and credit cards more difficult or expensive.

    If the property is sold the purchaser and/or the vendor's solicitor has a legal obligation to discharge trhe charge before distributing the other proceeds.

    The charge can be repaid and be removed at any time.
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    Is the PO allowed to sit there indefinitely or is there a point when they can just call it in? Presumably interest still accrues during this time & is added to the secured debt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ltdoptions View Post
    Is the PO allowed to sit there indefinitely or is there a point when they can just call it in? Presumably interest still accrues during this time & is added to the secured debt?
    Sorry? "PO"?

    If the question is about the ability of the charge on the asset attracting interest or whether it is perpetual, your best place for advice is a lawyer or insolvency practitioner.
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    Yes sorry, I meant charge on property!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ltdoptions View Post
    Yes sorry, I meant charge on property!
    I requested a settlement but used the term "loans received" in a direct email to hmrc, they seem to have highlighted this in their response so should i be concerned about other potential taxes?

    "you have reported the amounts paid to you & described them as loans from xxx"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nissan07 View Post
    I requested a settlement but used the term "loans received" in a direct email to hmrc, they seem to have highlighted this in their response so should i be concerned about other potential taxes?

    "you have reported the amounts paid to you & described them as loans from xxx"
    Well that's what it is, they asked for that detail on their website:

    Disguised remuneration: settling your tax affairs - GOV.UK

    If you’re a contractor, or employee settling separately to your employer, you must tell us:
    the amount of contractor loans or contributions made in each tax year

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    Default Loan Scheme Reference Number?

    Hi All,

    I am another one of those who was with Target Umbrella and Integra management (Loans).
    I my late self assessment I see an entry for "loan scheme reference number", but I don't have this anywhere in my contracts with these guys! I seem to be going around in circles. I am no longer a contractor and target would not give me any info.

    PLEASE HELP!

    Thank you in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZUK View Post
    Hi All,

    I am another one of those who was with Target Umbrella and Integra management (Loans).
    I my late self assessment I see an entry for "loan scheme reference number", but I don't have this anywhere in my contracts with these guys! I seem to be going around in circles. I am no longer a contractor and target would not give me any info.

    PLEASE HELP!

    Thank you in advance
    The "loan scheme reference number" may be a reference to a DOTAS number. If Target/Integra were disclosed, you would have had a SRN - scheme reference number - and that may be what is needed.

    If the scheme was not disclosed, then you have no number and no need to report it.

    My data says it was not disclosed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by webberg View Post
    The "loan scheme reference number" may be a reference to a DOTAS number. If Target/Integra were disclosed, you would have had a SRN - scheme reference number - and that may be what is needed.

    If the scheme was not disclosed, then you have no number and no need to report it.

    My data says it was not disclosed.

    Thank you very much for your reply.

    I have till midnight tonight to reach out to HMRC for a settlement, Integra and Target they told me to ignore that. PANIC - Not sure what to do next!

    Thanks again

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    Default Does Settlement apply to non-DOTAS?

    Quote Originally Posted by webberg View Post
    The "loan scheme reference number" may be a reference to a DOTAS number. If Target/Integra were disclosed, you would have had a SRN - scheme reference number - and that may be what is needed.

    If the scheme was not disclosed, then you have no number and no need to report it.

    My data says it was not disclosed.

    Thank you so much for your reply,

    Now, I have till midnight tonight to respond to HMRC for settlement... NOT SURE what to do next...
    Target/Integra and some of their legals told me that I should not respond.

    Thanks again

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