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Archive for the ‘Working Tax Credit’ Category

Now that the dust has settled on the Budget 2015…

What does it actually mean for individuals? The Minimum Wage The current rate for people over 21 is £6.50 p/h.  The new rate in 2016 will be the ‘living wage’ for those over 25 and will be set at £7.20 from April 2016 rising to £9.00 by 2020. At this stage it is unclear how[...] Read more »

Iron (things out) while the strike is hot!

The Public and Commercial Services Union is on strike.  This might not be good news if you are in a hurry for a passport, but it has had one positive side effect for the millions of people who need to renew their applications for Working Tax Credit.  Due to the timing of the strike HMRC[...] Read more »