TaxAdministrationChristmas tax credit woe

Christmas tax credit woe

As many as 200,000 families have had their tax credit payments stopped by the government just before Christmas, according to The Daily Telegraph.

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Failure to return the relevant forms by the 30 September deadline has left the huge number of families facing a £1,000 loss, according to Liberal Democrat pensions spokesman, Steve Webb.

According to the Inland Revenue, if any families had their tax credits stopped incorrectly, it will ‘look at reactivating their claim’.

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