• Brian Wright

Child benefit claw-back

HMRC are issuing letters to taxpayers suspected of claiming child benefit and with income in excess of £50,000 pa.

Even if the benefit is being claimed by a partner with income less than £50,000 the claw-back will apply to the partner with income in excess of £50,000 pa.

An unfair tax as there would be no claw-back if both partners has income of less than £50, is worth thinking how the income can be reduced for tax purposes so as to avoid the claw-back.

To explore this contact Brian on 02083635502 or book an appointment on

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