Extra information: glossary: V
Valuable items are anything the customer has sent to us that they want back. The following items are treated as valuable items
- adoption certificates
- bank books
- bank cards
- bank drafts
- birth certificates
- building society books
- change of name deed
- Coroner’s report
- credit cards
- death certificates
- Decree absolute
- Decree nisi
- marriage certificate
- mortgage certificates
- National Savings certificates
- non-UK certificate
- nursery education vouchers
- Order Books
- payable orders made out to
- DWP or Department for Communities (DfC)
- payment card
- postage stamps unused
- road fund tax disc
- stocks and shares certificates
- sub-contractor vouchers
- unit shares
- valid travel tickets or warrants.
Details entered on to the tax credits computer are verified by the computer to confirm that the information
- is in the correct format
- matches details already held on the computer
- matches details on other related computers
When the tax credits computer identifies a discrepancy these are known as verification failures.
These failures are entered on the Verification Failures work list.
The tax credits computer will also identify details that require a manual review - for example, residency queries. These cases will also be entered on the work list.
Visually Impaired Media Unit
The Visually Impaired Media Unit (VIMU) offers a service that can translate all HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) leaflets or written material into Braille, Large Print or on to Audiotape or CD ROM.
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