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Tax free childcare help!!

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Jerseylaura Thu 24-Jan-19 17:19:17

Hi, was wondering if someone could share their experiences of paying into & using the tax free child care! I have set up an account and have my childs account details, but from there i am slightly baffled! 😂 child care fees are 106 a week - i thought i would need to put in 84.80 & they would then add enough to top it up to 106, but this was wishful thinking! Whats people experience of it or how do people use it to make it work for them? Also - once the top up is added, do we transfer to the nursery account ourselves or does it automatically happen? Thanks for any help 🙏

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CatToddlerUprising Thu 24-Jan-19 17:22:06

I pay in 80% of the overall invoice, it then tops up the 20% by the next working day. Then I transfer to my childminder’s account

CatToddlerUprising Thu 24-Jan-19 17:24:41

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Redken24 Thu 24-Jan-19 17:27:16

I think for every 8 they add on 2 - someone probably already said.
You need to set up automatic payments for your childcare provider as well.

wizzywig Thu 24-Jan-19 17:31:08

Ive found it doesnt accept my ofsted registered nanny, but does accept an afterschool club we use

Jerseylaura Thu 24-Jan-19 17:51:20

Cattoddleruprising Ahhhh!! Thank you for clearing that up - i got so baffled!! I think i get it now, fingers crossed!! 😂

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Jerseylaura Thu 24-Jan-19 17:51:57

Thank you all for your help 🙏 xx

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CatToddlerUprising Thu 24-Jan-19 17:53:32

wizzywig- I believe the nursery has to give you a code to find them on the system

nannynick Fri 25-Jan-19 00:07:22

@wizzywig It really should accept your registered nanny. I am a nanny paid via Tax-Free Childcare.
When adding them as a provider you have to enter their Ofsted Reg and their postcode with only one space between them.
Example: EY123456 GU143AA

wizzywig Mon 28-Jan-19 07:46:47

nannynick yes i found out about the postcode bit on the day you posted. Thank you. Sorry op i didnt mean to hijack your thread

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