Child Tax Credit Contact 0843 504 9376
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Contact Child Tax Credit On 0843 504 9376
A child tax credit is a tax credit available in some countries, which depends on the number of dependent children in a family. The credit may depend on other factors as well, such as income level. In the United Kingdom the tax credit is only available for families making less than £42,000 per year.
To contact Child Tax Credits please call the helpline number listed
|Child Tax Credits Phone Number||0843 504 9376|
|Child Tax Credits Head Office Phone Number||0843 504 9376|
|Child Tax Credits Customer Service||0843 504 9376|
Child Tax Credits Contact Details:
|Call||Child Tax Credits Contact Number|
|Child Tax Credits
|0843 504 9376|
|Head Office Address||Tax Credit Office
HM Revenue and Customs
|Opening Hours:||Monday – Sunday|
Child Tax Credits Call Centre Opening Hours:
|Monday||8am – 8pm|
|Tuesday||8am – 8pm|
|Wednesday||8am – 8pm|
|Thursday||8am – 8pm|
|Friday||8am – 8pm|
|Saturday||8am – 4pm|
|Sunday||9am – 5pm|
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Why Do Customers Call Child Tax Credits
- Make a claim
- Amend an existing claim
- Change of circumstances
- Tax Credits explained
- Appeal a decision
A family in the UK with children and an income below about £32,200 can claim child tax credit on top of child benefit. The tax credit is “non-wastable” – it is paid whether or not the family has a net tax liability – and is paid in or out of work. Higher rates are paid for disabled children. It is integrated with the working tax credit, which also provides support for childcare costs.
All taxable income is tested for the credit, so a couple who both work and have children, will have both salaries taken into account. Tax Credits may be capped which it is claimed could affect the poorest families disproportionately.
About Child Tax Credits
You may be able to claim Child Tax Credit if you’re responsible for children either:
- aged 16 or under – you can claim up until 31 August after their 16th birthday
- under 20 and in educations or training. You don’t need to be working to claim Child Tax Credit. Only one household can get Child Tax Credit for a child.
The amount you can get depends on how many children you’ve got and whether you’re:
- making a new claim for Child Tax Credit
- already claiming Child Tax Credit.
Child Tax Credit won’t affect your Child Benefit. You can only claim Child Tax Credit for children you are responsible for.
To claim tax credits you will need to answer a few questions before HMRC will send you a tax claim form to complete. The fastest way to do this is by contacting HM Revenue and Customs on the telephone number listed. A member of the team will run through the questions with you and take the next necessary steps. Alternatively, you can complete these questions online via the official website, and find out if you are able to claim for tax credit. If you are able to claim tax credits then you will be sent a form in the post. You will need to complete this form and send it back to HMRC as soon as you can. The letter can take around two weeks to arrive.
If you are having any issues while completing the form or answering the short questions, don’t hesitate to contact HMRC tax credit department where a member of the team will be happy to help.
If you decide to call HMRC Tax Credit Office, you will need the following information at hand:
– National Insurance number
– Income for the past tax year
– Details of any other benefits that you receive
– Number of hours you work per week
– Details of any childcare payments you make
When you receive your tax credit claims from, there will be some guidance information included. If you have read the guidance information and are still unsure about anything on the form then contact HMRC and speak to an advisor.
Tax credits can be claimed as working tax credits or child tax credits, depending on your current situation. To qualify for working tax credits, you must earn up to £13,250 before tax, work at least 30 hours a week and be single. It is possible to claim working tax credits as a couple if you both work at least 30 hours a week and together you earn up to £18,023 a year before tax. If you are disabled and work at least 30 hours a week then you may be entitled to help even above the threshold.
You will be able to claim child tax credits if you have a child as long as your income is £26,200 or below before tax. If you have two or more children than you are entitled to child tax credit if you earn £32,900 or below after tax. If your income is higher than this then you may still be eligible to claim child tax credits depending on your childcare expenditure. To find out if you qualify for tax credits, or for any general enquires contact HMRC tax credit office on the telephone number listed.
If you want to file a complaint against poor services of Child Tax Credits you can also send a letter to the Child Tax Credits customer complaint address:
HM Revenue and Customs
Tax Credit Office
If you would prefer to speak to the member of staff over at the Child Tax Credits HQ please use the Child Tax Credits Contact Number listed.
During peak hours the customer support team at Child Tax Credits deal with a high volume of calls, you may prefer to call during less popular hours, try again later on, or even contact them via post if the problem is not urgent.
Child Tax Credit Contact 0843 504 9376
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