tax relief for PCSOs

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Re: tax relief for PCSOs

Post: # 193138Post BlueBand
Tue Aug 07, 2012 12:18 am

JimmyRiddle wrote:
BlueBand wrote:Thanks, I will look into this and give the tax office a call tomorrow :)
Nah write in, you get told a load of rollocks on the phone.
As others have said, just write in explaining I wish to claim the allowance and my joining date details etc?

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Re: tax relief for PCSOs

Post: # 193234Post Flying Warden
Sun Aug 12, 2012 10:09 pm

I spoke to the HMRC last week and was told I couldn't claim for my UNISON membership as only nurses can claim!
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Re: tax relief for PCSOs

Post: # 193321Post JimmyRiddle
Mon Aug 20, 2012 11:13 am

Flying Warden wrote:I spoke to the HMRC last week and was told I couldn't claim for my UNISON membership as only nurses can claim!
Please see my above post, that's why I don't phone companies, you speak to people who have no idea.

It's made perfectly clear on the HMRC website that you can.
Power of arrest for PCSOs for 'as and when' - s24a PACE & common law (i.e. BoP) using s3 CLA 1967

I'm a PCSO, I will WATCH you get your head kicked in (as per force policy)

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