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 is 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 … 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