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Info for anyone who may be claiming tax credits due to a relationship ending...

(6 Posts)
Bogeyface Tue 19-Apr-16 23:19:50

www.moneysavingexpert.com/news/protect/2016/04/check-now-if-youre-eligible-for-tax-credits?utm_source=MSE_Newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_term=19-Apr-16-v2&utm_campaign=nt-oneliners-one&utm_content=6

Its better to claim now if you can.

Malamutes Wed 20-Apr-16 07:00:21

Thank you, just ordered form and have discovered I will be getting about £190 a month in tax credits. Have a good day!

bearleftmonkeyright Wed 20-Apr-16 08:07:06

Thanks for this. Just email it to dp sister.

Bogeyface Wed 20-Apr-16 09:17:37

You're both welcome. It worried me that the rules are changing and some people may be making assumptions on future entitlements based on the current rules.

Joysmum Wed 20-Apr-16 10:58:54

Worth keeping this toward the top for more to see

lousylear Wed 20-Apr-16 11:20:12

Mine is already on it's way, thankfully! I also found out you can claim whilst living in the same house but not as a couple.

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