Here's the issue: Last month I pointed out to my Pay Office that I had been overpaid LSSA, lets say to the tune of £100. On this payment I had paid £40 Tax leaving me with £60 in my pocket. This month quite rightly the Pay Office took back the LSSA to the tune of £100. Leaving me £40 pounds out of pocket until the end of the tax year when I'm told it will all be adjusted. So if Ive got this right I have now loaned the Inland Revenue £40 until next April thanks to the accounting procedures of the APO, money on which they will pay no interest!! Justice, I think not. Anyone else in the same boat? I will point out that the amounts were considerably larger than those stated but the maths got complicated.