Working Tax Credit is based on the number of hours, you work and get paid for. This applies to self-employed or employed individuals. Unpaid work does not count as work, when you claim tax credits. Find out if your work, can help you qualify for Working Tax Credit. The Working Tax Credit contact number is: 0843 479 2050.
You may also, qualify for Child Tax Credit, if you’re responsible for at least one child. If you work and you are on a low income. Then you may qualify for Working Tax Credit. You can often get both types of tax credits. Information about Working Tax Credit and Child Tax credit can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/working-tax-credit/overview.
Or call the direct Working Tax Credit phone number, which is: 0843 479 2050.
If you or your partner have a disability and work 16 hours or more a week. Then you could get extra Working Tax Credit. This is called the disability element. Working tax credit is made up of a number of different elements or payments.
You may be eligible for one element or for a few different one. It depends on your family circumstances. Everyone that qualifies for working tax credit receives the basic element. This is worth up to £1,920 during 2013/14, depending on your income.
Find out about the different elements and what you may be eligible for. By calling the Working Tax Credit contact number: 0843 479 2050.
Did you know that you can still get Working Tax Credits, for periods when you don’t work? For example, if you go on maternity leave, sick pay and if you are in between jobs.
You are entitled to the tax credits for a certain period of time providing you qualify. Find out if you qualify by calling: 0843 479 2050.
To qualify for a Tax Credit you must be 16 years old or over. You must also be living in the UK. If, you are a citizen of another EEA Country currently working in the UK, then you may still qualify. The requirements to qualify for Working Tax Credit, do vary according to age and other circumstances.
You can get the latest Working Tax Credit updates from their Twitter feed. https://twitter.com/HMRCgovuk. Alternatively call them to discuss this. The Working Tax Credit contact number is: 0843 479 2050.
You can contact the Workign Tax Credit telephone number for a claim form. It takes up to 2 weeks for the forms to arrive. If you’re already claiming tax credits, then you don’t need a claim form. Just call the Working Tax Credit contact number to update your claim.
You can claim any time during the year and up to 7 days before you start a new job. You can apply for Child or Working Tax Credit, on the same claim form.
You renew your claim once a year. To support your claim, keep records of your bills, payslips, benefits and tax credits.
For general enquiries, claims and applications, call the direct Working Tax Credit contact number for support.
The Working Tax Credit customer services number is: 0843 479 2050. Find more information, on their website, https://www.gov.uk/working-tax-credit.