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Changes That Affect Tax Credits Gov UK

Last Updated 26th October 2018

Your tax credits could go up, down or stop if there are changes in your family or work life

You could be fined up to £300 if you don’t report a change within 30 days

Find out what changes affect tax credits and how long you have to inform the Tax Credit Office

Click here to visit Gov.UK – Changes that affect Tax Credits


Challenge your DWP benefit decision

Last Updated 26th October 2018

If you’re already getting a Department for Work and Pensions benefit your circumstances may change.

This can affect your entitlement to the benefit or how much money you get.

You are responsible for telling the DWP that your circumstances have changed

Click here to visit Citizens Advice – Change your DWP benefit decision


Reporting A Change Of Circumstance Citizens Advice

Last Updated 26th October 2018

You may not get all the money you’re entitled to, or you may get too much and have to repay it

If you are entitled to more tax credits, this will only be backdated up to a maximum of 31 days

Some changes you must tell HMRC about. If you don’t, you may have to pay a penalty

Click here to visit Citizens Advice – Reporting a change of circumstance


How to notify changes Revenue Benefits

Last Updated 26th October 2018

According to GOV.UK, changes can be reported in two ways:

By phone, it is recommended that claimants record the date, time, operator & details of the call

For letters , it is recommended that a copy of is kept & that it is sent signed for as a minimum

Click here to visit RevenueBenefits – How to notify changes