The government has confirmed that payments of benefits normally due in accounts on Monday 19th September 2022 will be made early. Those expecting to receive benefits and credits on Monday 19th September 2022 will be paid early Benefits and credits will be paid on Friday 16th September 2022, the last working day before the recently … Continue reading Benefits and credits to be paid early ahead of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s State Funeral
While young people are considering their future beyond their GCSE or Scottish National Certificate results, HMRC is asking parents and carers to make sure they update their Child Benefit records by 31st August 2022, or risk seeing their payments end. HMRC has written to 1.3 million parents and carers of children, who are in the … Continue reading Parents and carers of 16 to 19-year-olds have less than one week left to confirm whether their teenager is staying in full-time education or approved training.
HM Revenue and customs are encouraging parents who claim child benefit to check their P60 which must be issued by 31st May 2022 to those employed on 5th April 2022. If either of the parents income has recently risen above £50k, they may be affected by the High Income Child Benefit Charge. Check your P60 … Continue reading Claiming Child Benefit? Check your P60
HMRC publishes the Employer Bulletin 6 times a year, giving employers and agents the latest information on topics and issues that may affect them. In April 2032edition of the Employer Bulletin there are important updates and information on: PAYE PAYE Settlement Agreements deadline Electronic payment deadline falls on a weekend Classification of company cars or … Continue reading April 2022 HMRC Employer Bulletin
Around 24,000 HMRC claimants with a Post Office card account have just three weeks left to update with new payment details before the 30th November 2021 deadline, or risk having payments paused. From 1st December 2021, HMRC will stop making tax credits, Child Benefit and Guardian’s Allowance payments to Post Office card accounts. HMRC is … Continue reading Time or running out for claimants with post office card accounts
HMRC urge tax credits and Child Benefits customers with Post Office card accounts to update HMRC with their new bank account details by 30th November 2021. From 1st December 2021, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) will stop making payments of Child Benefit, Guardian’s Allowance and tax credits into Post Office card accounts. If this is … Continue reading Time is running out for tax credits and Child Benefit customers with Post Office card accounts
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is reminding parents and carers they have until 31st August 2021 to confirm whether their teenagers are staying in full-time education or training beyond 16. Last week, teenagers across the UK received their GSCE or Scottish National Certificate results and many are now considering their future. If they decide to … Continue reading 31st August Deadline for parents to update Child Benefit for 16 year olds
HMRC have issued the April 2021 Employer Bulletin, again, packed full with information. In this month’s edition of the Employer Bulletin there are updates and information on COVID-19 updates and information:Coronavirus Job Retention SchemeVAT deferral new payment schemeNew one-off payment of £500 to support working households receiving tax creditsExtension of filing dates for internationally mobile … Continue reading HMRC April 2021 Employer Bulletin
Parents across Scotland have been applying early for the new Scottish Child Payment that will open on Monday 15 February. Social Security Scotland is taking applications ahead of the new benefit’s introduction to help manage demand. 56,000 applications were received between Monday 9 November and Sunday 3 January. Those who apply before the start date … Continue reading 56,000 parents apply for Scottish Child Payment
HMRC is now urging Child Benefit claimants to register their child’s birth if they haven't done so, in order to verify their claim. Parents in Northern Ireland will also need to send in the Birth Certificate. Details for Child benefit, how to register a birth and finding a registrar can be found at: Child benefit … Continue reading Register births for child benefit
Parents are being urged to claim Child Benefit even if they have not yet been able to register the birth of their new-borns to ensure they don’t miss out. C&S by PSP (c)2020 Normally, to claim Child Benefit, parents must first register their child’s birth. However, HMRC announced in April that During the pandemic parents could claim Child Benefit without … Continue reading Unregistered new born? Claim Child Benefit now!
What do you do when you need time to support children. Could you loose your job or be passed over for promotion. Laws are in place to protect qualifying employees when they need to take care of parental responsibilities. Eligible employees can take unpaid parental leave to look after their child’s welfare. Find out if … Continue reading Employee Parental leave rights
If you were receiving Child Benefit and your child is turning 18,from this September they may have money in their Child Trust Fund that they can withdraw. Child Trust Fund PAYadvice.UK 19/8/2020
HM Revenue and Customs is urging parents of children aged over 16 who are staying in full-time non-advanced education from September 2020, such as Sixth Form colleges, or training, to inform HMRC so that Child Benefit payments and Child Tax Credit payments don’t stop. Child Benefit provides £21.05 a week for the eldest or only … Continue reading Child Benefit: Over 16 Full-time non-advanced Education
HMRC have announced (7th April 2020) that parents of new-borns are able to claim Child Benefit despite the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19). Although the General Register Offices remain closed, parents can claim Child Benefit without having to first register their child’s birth. First time parents can complete Child Benefit Claim form CH2 and send to … Continue reading Have a newborn? Don’t miss out, claim Child Benefit by phone or post #COVID19 #coronavirus