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Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Child Benefit Information

You are entitled to Child Benefit if you’re responsible for a child under 16 (or under 20 if they stay in approved education or training).

Only one person can claim Child Benefit for a child.

You must report any change of circumstances to the Child Benefit Office.

You may have to pay a tax charge if your or your partner’s individual income is over £50,000.

You can choose not to get Child Benefit payments, but you should still fill in the claim form because:
it will help you get National Insurance credits which count towards your State Pension
it will ensure your child is registered to get a National Insurance number when they’re 16 years old
CLICK HERE for the full details and updates....

Armed Forces - Foreign & Commonwealth families CLICK HERE to check details of how to claim. Details can be found in the What benefits can I claim? section.

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