Working Tax Credit Phone Number

Contact Telephone Number | 0843 506 9864

working tax credits phone numberIf you are on a low income or currently out of work then you may be able to claim financial assistance in the form of Tax Credits. The contact telephone number for Working Tax Credits is 0843 506 9864. You can call this number if you have any queries or questions about your eligibility for these Tax Credits. It is important that you check or you may be missing out on this financial assistance

The information shown below covers some of the criteria you will need to qualify for this. Alternatively if you wish to discuss your situation with an adviser please call the working tax credit phone number on 0843 506 9864

Who can claim ?

Working Tax Credits are based on the number of hours paid work you do each week, and they are aimed at people who work 16 hours or more each week, and are paid for that work. To qualify for a Tax Credit you must be 16years old or over, and be living in the UK. If, however you are a citizen of another EEA Country currently working in the UK, or living abroad but entitled to a UK State Pension of Job Seekers allowance then you may still qualify. Please note the requirements to qualify for Working Tax Credits do vary according to your age and whether you have Children or not. If you have a disability you may be entitled to additional Working Tax Credits. This applies to both Employed and Self-employed people. To get more information, with regards to whether you qualify and to speak to an adviser, call the working tax credit phone number on 0843 506 9864.

Also, if you’re already entitled to Child Tax Credit you should call the working tax credit helpline on 0843 506 9864 to ask about Working Tax Credit.

To be able to make a Claim, you need to be in paid work at the time you make your claim, or be starting this paid work within seven days of making your claim. You must then start this paid work to get your Tax Credit.

There are other conditions which you must meet depending upon your age, if you have dependent children, how many hours a week you work, and if you are unemployed, how long you have been out of work. To get all of the information you need, and to have all of your questions answered, call the working tax credit phone number 0843 506 9864 now, and speak to one of the advisers.

How Much can you Claim ?

The maximum amount of Working Tax Credit that you can claim is calculated by adding together different elements. These elements are based on your personal circumstances, and include:-

A basic element, which is included for anyone who is entitled to Working Tax Credit.

A lone parent element if you are a lone parent

A  second adult element. This applies if you are claiming as a member of a couple, and are living with that partner, which can be a partner of the opposite or same sex. However there may be some circumstances where a couple will not get this.

30 hour element – if you work for 30 hours or more each week ( if you are claiming as a couple and you jointly work at least 30 hours).

A disability element.If you are disabled, work at least 16 hours a week, and are entitled to certain benefits ( You may also get a disability element if your partner qualifies for it or two disability elements if you both qualify.)

A severe disability element and you may get two severe disability benefit elements if you both you and your partner qualify.

A childcare element. You may get up to 70% of the childcare costs provided by a registered childminder, out-of-school club or another approved provider.

To clarify any of these elements or any other matter, please call the working tax credit phone number 0843 506 9864 now, and speak to one of the advisers.

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