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Does my this sound correct?

Discussion in 'Pay and conditions' started by teacherandmum, May 17, 2011.

  1. have you tried putting the info in the pay calculator at tesfaq?
  2. Thanks, teacherandmum, I have tried it. However, in April 2010, I was on MPS4, but since Sept 2011, I have been on MPS5. The pay calculator doesnt split the results in this way so that I can see what I earnt from April to April. It would be helpful if someone who moved from MPS4 to MPS5 in September, who isn't in London or the London fringe, wouldn't mind having a quick look at their P60 so we can see if the numbers match.

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