Now I was informed during the first tel conversation that this would be looked at during my final review in March ( IVA due to end July 2018 at month 72) but today I was asked to fill in a cic form. When I recieved this it is an income and expenditure form all based on monthly I and E. So I won't get relevant pay slips till December and nor will,my income change until then ( even though I will then recive 3 months pay )- what shall I do ? If I fill this in now before I receive any payment for my role will I expect to pay now or monthly ? If I don't fill it in now am I in breach ?
Also it says a variation may be required and a meeting with creditors but won't this take time and money ? I am trying to pay money in not vary the terms so I am a bit lost what to do .
I have emailed them something similar to this but I still haven't heard from my original email a month ago and I quite simply don't want to breach any terms unwittingly ?
Dawndc28 wrote:Yes than you very much , to my knowledge they haven't read my emails at all as I haven't had a response to thiose which is why I rang and this is a result of the phone call . I don't have another annual review but a final review in March , I will keep pushing I am just worried March will come and there's a possibility I haven't met terms regarding this . Over worrying . Starting to wish I hadn't taken role on the board but it is huge step in my career and I didn't want to miss the opportunity . Thanks again guys for your help
Also the cic form was a tick box ie/ are you in arrears with household bills or mortgage/ are you ill/ have you separated divorced/ lost your job/ taken redundancy/ partner died / pregnant - and since none of these applied I had nothing to fill in
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