Hi Natalie - you'll have to submit a revised I&E form, recent payslips and possibly bank statements. It does vary depending on the company -I'm sure someone who's with DFD will let you or if Declan reads this post he will advise.
You're right to ask the question, better to be prepared. xx
I am with DFD & all they have ever asked of me is P60, Last 3 Bank Statements, Last 3 Wage Slips & proof of any increase of any single expenditure above £10.00 a month.
To be honest it is pretty straight forward & DFD are quite friendly & helpfull too.
Hi Declan, my third review is now due. Can I ask if there is still the 150.00 per month limit on food, housekeeping and toiletries. It's a bit tight these days what with all the increases. I just wondered if the guif=delines have changed.
As Lisa mentioned, if you put down what you are realistically spending that’s the most important part. I think your not alone with the VAT increases and it will inevitably affect many people.
It's going to affect us all - I'm not looking forward to it at all.
Sharing from experiences of dealing with debt
The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires, but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively.
Bob Marley. http://kallis3.blogs.iva.co.uk
I now it's getting harder and harder. DFD have been very fair at review time, I am not complaining.
Hey I hope we don't all get those dreaded letters off inland revenue saying we owe money. Thats all we need