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Discuss Quick March out question in Patch and Pads on Rear Party; I had my pre march out on thursday and they picked up a few things, they were pretty fair so I have no complaints. What I was really wondering is if the charges we get ...
  
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    Junior Member metzymems's Avatar
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    Quick March out question

    I had my pre march out on thursday and they picked up a few things, they were pretty fair so I have no complaints. What I was really wondering is if the charges we get all go out from OH wages in one payment or do they divide it up. I have never had charges before so I really dont know. Any help would be much appreciated! Thank you

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    Re: Quick March out question

    I'm not entirely sure, but I'd expect to see them all fly out on the one pay statement. Have you tried to contact the person who did the pre-march out and ask them?

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    Re: Quick March out question

    lol, Im quite dappy, never thought of that - I'll give him a call monday. Thank you

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    Re: Quick March out question

    They come off in one go (so you can pretty much pay for it with your disturbance allowance).
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    Re: Quick March out question

    just a quick one if your hubby has kit insurance it normaly inclueds march out cover if he has its worth a ring to the company to check

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    Re: Quick March out question

    Very true, but make sure that it's cheaper to go the insurance route than just coughing up the cash.

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