Working Tax Credits Contact Phone Number
Working Tax Credits Contact Phone Number.
Telephone Number: 0843 506 0001.
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Working Families Tax Credits. Who can claim?
Working tax credit is a payment to top up the earnings of lower paid workers. It also applies to those with a disability.
You must work at least 30 hours a week. You must be twenty five or older. You be earning less than £13,253.00 if you’re single and childless or £18,023 if you are a couple.
If you are disabled or have children you may be eligible for working tax credit.
How much working tax credits will you get?
Working tax credit is made up of a number of different ‘elements’ or payments. You may be eligible for just one element or for a few different elements. It depends on your family situation.
You can receive extra elements depending on your circumstances. Couples and lone parents get up to an extra £1,890. People who work more than 30 hours a week up to an extra £790. Disabled workers up to £2,570. If you are severely disabled then that award is greater.
Everyone who qualifies for working tax credit receives the basic element.
The elements you are entitled to are added together but your maximum award is reduced the more you earn.
Claiming costs for childcare
Working tax credit also contains a childcare element. An extra allowance for working families who spend money on approved childcare.
This will include a registered child minder. Nursery or play scheme or an out of hours club on school premises.
You can claim up to eighty per cent of childcare costs. There is a maximum of £175 a week for one child. This is £300 a week for two or more children.
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