HMRC Tax Credits Contact Number

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Child Tax Credit Number

Child Tax Credit is one of the benefits that adults who have a child under 16 or under 20 if in full-time education can receive to help with costs.  It is separate from the Child Benefit but is still handled by HMRC, and this means if you need to get in touch with them regarding queries or claims you need an HMRC contact number tax credits department.  This new number has been established for just that purpose and can save you time contacting this busy department to sort out queries. This HMRC child tax credits contact number lets you find out more about the benefit and to see if you qualify.  If you have one or two children, then you can get a payment, and if you have more than two, there are different scales that were introduced.  The amount of money paid depends on your circumstances, and there is an online calculator to help you work out what you might receive.  

Working Tax Credit Number

You can also simply use this telephone number to speak to someone who can give you a fully accurate quote. Child Tax credits are different from Universal Credits, formerly known as working tax credits. But you can still use this number as an HMRC working tax credits contact number if you need to contact HMRC to query this benefit also or in place of child tax credit queries. Finally, you can use this HMRC child tax credits contact number if you think you have been paid too much or not enough. You can speak to someone who can carry out an assessment and let you know what payment you should be receiving. If this is different from what you are receiving, then they can help you sort out any overpayment or underpayment. If you don’t have the money to pay back an overpayment immediately, they can see what can be done to help.

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