Tax Credits Phone Number 0843 455 0127.
Use the Tax Credits Phone Number to discover more about tax credits, and how they might help you. Tax Credits are divided into two categories; Working tax Credit and Child Tax Credit.
Working tax Credit:
Is one part of the Tax Credit Scheme, and is administered by the Government. It is a payment designed to help working people who are on a low income.
You might be entitled to Working Tax Credit if you are over 16, work more than a certain number of hours per week, are paid for the work you do, and earn less than a certain amount. Currently the basic amount that you may be entitled to is £1,920 per annum, but you may receive more or less than this figure depending on your income. You may still be entitled to Working Tax Credit regardless of whether you have children. So call the Tax Credits Phone Number now.
If you are entitled to Working Tax Credit you may still be able to receive it whilst you are on leave, including maternity or paternity leave, between jobs, or receiving sick pay. Providing you qualify you are entitled to receive payment for certain periods of time. These periods will vary according to your circumstances. So call the Tax Credits Number now and see if you can claim.
You will find more information on the Tax Credits Number, or by going to Gov.co.uk.
Child Tax Credit:
You may be able to get Child Tax Credit if you have a new baby, are responsible for children under the age of 16, or have children between the ages of 16 and 19 who are in full time education.
You don’t have to be in employment to receive Child tax Credit, and any money you receive will not affect your Child Benefit. So call the Tax Credits Phone Number now
If you qualify you will receive a basic amount, currently £545 per annum, and additional ‘elements’ on top of this.
‘Elements’ depend on your personal circumstances. For instance, if your child is disabled.
The current annual amounts are as follows:
Up to £2,270 per child.
Up to £3015 per disabled child, and
Up to £1,220 above the disabled child payment for each severely disabled child.
Your entitlement will also depend on your income. You can get more information on the Tax Credits Helpline Phone Number, Tax Credits Phone Number, or Gov.co.uk.