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R0gu3Tr4d3r Avatar
8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
It doesnt get much better than FREE MONEY.........

Welcome to the Tax Credits Rebate Website
Millions of pounds are owed to UK parents and families.

The year before tax credits were introduced, there was a different allowance available which was never advertised by the Inland Revenue, now HMRC. You can still claim this £529 - £1,048 allowance and this website has been setup to help you do so.

IMPORTANT: Claims must be submitted by the 31st January 2009 deadline.

You are eligible to claim £529 allowance if:
You have a child born between 6th April 1986 and 5th April 2003.
The child lived with you for all or part of 2002/2003.
You worked and paid tax for all or part of 2002/2003.
You are eligible to claim £1,048 allowance if:
You can answer yes to the above questions and one of your children was born between 6th April 2002 and 5th April 2003.

Notes

Making the claim does not affect your current or future working / child tax credits.
Your marital status does not affect your claim. You may be eligible, if you were single, married or living with a partner.
You or your partner has to have earned £6,000+ in the 2002/2003 tax year.
If you have claimed the allowance back in 2002, you cannot claim it now.
If your final tax code on your April 03 P60 ended in a H or a T, you have already had the allowance. (If you are not sure, please apply and we will check it for you.)
Successful claims made through The Entitlements agency will show a
£94 deduction for processing/ administration.
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#1
is that so jerome ?, its all over on billboards! bonjour my friend . .
#2
i think its pretty useful-and ill look into it thanks!
#3
Can I ask why this has been voted cold, is it not true?
#4
PaulNT
Can I ask why this has been voted cold, is it not true?


i dont know-beats me! im happy to check it out as i appear to qualify:thumbsup:
#5
louloo
i dont know-beats me! im happy to check it out as i appear to qualify:thumbsup:

My parents qualify for both me, and my brother, really can't see why it's been voted cold. If people are voting cold just because they don't qualify, it's pretty sad.
#6
Looks a bit iffy when the op here and the website pointed to can't spell government.
Is this self promoting?
#7
sorry about the typo in government, i can spell, honest.
#8
I think this is genuine, the dodgy bit is the company who charge you £94 for claiming the money. You should be able to do it yourself. There was a thread on MSE about it not long ago - just going to look for it.
#9
R0gu3Tr4d3r
sorry about the typo in government, i can spell, honest.


Yes but the website pointed to is the same.
I'm just saying, it looked a bit iffy to me.
If I've got it wrong then I apologise. :thumbsup:
#10
rose_cat_jr
I think this is genuine, the dodgy bit is the company who charge you £94 for claiming the money. You should be able to do it yourself. There was a thread on MSE about it not long ago - just going to look for it.


please post if you find it? thanks x
#11
R0gu3Tr4d3r
sorry about the typo in government, i can spell, honest.



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#12
Are you saying ive posted an incorrect link???
#13
I remember Dontdothatagain posting this months ago.
It was out of date when he posted it so it is deffo out of date now.....I think.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=208711&page=2
#14
£94 admin fee WTF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#15
website states deadline is 31st Jan 2009....maybe they extended it??
#16
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=313658

Theres the MSE thread. Not sure if it's still relevant!
#17
Successful claims made through The Entitlements agency will show a
£94 deduction for processing/ administration.
#18
I'd rather pay the £94 admin fee and get £400, than get nothing. No?
#19
I cant believe you're voting it Cold, it is legitimate, the deadline is 31st jan 2009, there are links to the claim forms on the site and it tells you to submit a claim if you're unsure.

£433 quid free, whats the problem?
#20
R0gu3Tr4d3r
I cant believe you're voting it Cold, it is legitimate, the deadline is 31st jan 2009, there are links to the claim forms on the site and it tells you to submit a claim if you're unsure.

£433 quid free, whats the problem?


It's the £94 being charged by the company your link goes to I should imagine. They have chosen a name that makes them sound like a government agency and they are a business.
#21
I asked about this on MSE in June (http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=961011) didn't get much feedback and didn't send the form in as I wasn't fully sure it was legit
#22
There's a freephone number on the website if anyone wants to ring and see what they say, I doubt anyone will be there now though.
#23
if anyone get any joy can they let us know...i struggle to remember what i was doing yesterday never mind what i claimed back then....but i will give them a ring on monday
#24
R0gu3Tr4d3r
I cant believe you're voting it Cold, it is legitimate, the deadline is 31st jan 2009, there are links to the claim forms on the site and it tells you to submit a claim if you're unsure.

£433 quid free, whats the problem?


I never voted it cold!! but I think its a pish take to charge £94 for something thats owed to hard working people!!
#25
I went on the web site recently . But because my partners code ended in H we can't claim anything !!!
Shame but worth a look > Voted Hot
#26
so what was this mysterious allowance called?
#27
You can answer yes to the above questions and one of your children was born between 6th April 2002 and 5th April 2003.
#28
Looks like this is the form to complete if you want to do it all yourself and avoid the 'admin' fee

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/forms/11ctc.pdf

Take note that this form indicates if you were a higher rate tax payer in that year the benefit is withdrawn at a rate of £1 for every £15 earned at the higher rate.
#29
R0gu3Tr4d3r
website states deadline is 31st Jan 2009....maybe they extended it??


You could previously claim for the tax year before, that's now 'expired'. This is for the next tax year and can be claimed up to Jan 2009.
#30
heada
so what was this mysterious allowance called?


Children's tax credit, not the current child tax credit
#31
Does anyone know if working family tax credit was the same thing?
#32
Working Family Tax Credit was different. The Children's Tax Credit can be in addition to this. There's some info on it on the HMRC's FAQ's page.

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/manuals/inmanual/IN1310.htm

The Children's Tax Credit form is easy to fill out but does anyone know where to send it? No addresses are given. The 'Entitlement site' seems to be applying for a repayment of income tax overpayment for the 02/03 year. Hopefully sending in the CTC form directly will flag up all necessary procedures or paperwork and save the admin' fee.
#33
Ewok
Working Family Tax Credit was different. The Children's Tax Credit can be in addition to this. There's some info on it on the HMRC's FAQ's page.

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/manuals/inmanual/IN1310.htm

The Children's Tax Credit form is easy to fill out but does anyone know where to send it? No addresses are given. The 'Entitlement site' seems to be applying for a repayment of income tax overpayment for the 02/03 year. Hopefully sending in the CTC form directly will flag up all necessary procedures or paperwork and save the admin' fee.


Thanks for that. I've got the form to claim, so its worth a try.:thumbsup:
#34
good find, we could all do with any money owed to us,
they would soon be on to us if we owed them. I will give it a go. :)
#35
emmad
Does anyone know if working family tax credit was the same thing?


just give them a call and ask them if you qualify, tel 08453001036 claim for childrens tax credit 2001-2002 and 2002 - 2003 its worth a try for a cost of a phone call.
#36
Good information but shocking that companies like this are allowed to pray on people claiming benefit by charging an admin fee.........I know its business but don't think businesses like this should be allowed to do this. Rant over!

Anyway my recollection is that this is not available to all families but only to families up to a certain income........I have a feeling the cut off was between £45k & £50k per annum but a quick call to the help line will confirm.

I also think that the amount you get falls rapidly once you get above circa £30k earnings!

As always the information on HMRC website is rubbish and confusing..........but not rubbish and confusing enough to pay the admin fee this co is asking!
#37
I'm still interested in where to send it.

The form says to the local Inland Revenue Office but this might not be correct now as things have changed. I phoned the Tax Credit Helpline but they don't know anything as it's before their time. They suggested it might come under DWP?

If anyone thinks they have a good address then thanks as I don't want to send it off only to have it 'lost' in the system.
#38
Ewok
I'm still interested in where to send it.

The form says to the local Inland Revenue Office but this might not be correct now as things have changed. I phoned the Tax Credit Helpline but they don't know anything as it's before their time. They suggested it might come under DWP?

If anyone thinks they have a good address then thanks as I don't want to send it off only to have it 'lost' in the system.


ring the number on the inland revenue form and ask them. tel 0845 300 1036

you can print of the form here http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/forms/11ctc.pdf
thanks to bigbry for finding that one :-D

I want to know is this a one off payment or can I claim for each child. I think i had better ring them

you can only claim for one child. its best to claim for the youngest child born between qualifying dates.
#39
It's wrong that the government are not paying back this money to people that qualified automatically, I qualify and will give them a call later to see what's what I think.
#40
you need to send the form to yours or your hubby's tax office depending on if you are claiming singularly or as a couple. spoke to a man at hrmc who told me tax office dependant on what no. on payslip/p60 appears by paye ref. very helpful chap, knew all about it, have sent forms off, am waiting in anticipation:gift:

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