Unadvertised Child Tax Credits!

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  1. Over Carl's Avatar

    Over Carl said:

    Default Unadvertised Child Tax Credits!

    Edit: Don't use link in Nibb's post - they will sting you with commission.

    Fella at work sent this round to everyone's inbox and says it's for real - can't say myself as I've just seen this right now. Deadline 31st Jan 2009.




    (Text didn't quite cut and paste right from the pdf - open it up it you think this may help you).


    Potential claim from
    HMRC for ChiId3s 'Tax alZowance of as much as %$,MU

    The year before


    Tax Credits were introduced there was a different non-means tested

    allowance available which was never advertised by the Inland Revenue.

    It is called the Children's Tax AIbvance for tbe Year ZWZ3,

    You






    can still claim h s tax allowance provided you make the claim before the 3 1

    January


    2009 deadline.

    You


    are eiigbIe to claim $520.00 dlowanqe iE

    *You have a chlld born between 6 April 1986 and 5 April 2003

    *The child lived with you for all or part of 2002/2003

    *You worked and poud tax for di or part of2~28;tffCiS

    *You or your partner earned 6,000 plus in the year 2002/2003 tax year
    You are eligible for the 1,040 allowance if;
    *If








    you can answer yes to the fow questions above, and
    *One of your chlldren was born between 6 April 2002 and 5 April 2003
    Last edited by Over Carl; 27th January 2009 at 01:55 AM.
     
  2. XBOX4LIFE's Avatar

    XBOX4LIFE said:

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    This looks american mate
     
  3. Nibb's Avatar

    Nibb said:

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    Nice one m8....the missus will check it out tomorrow!
    "Where you are is what you eat. When I'm in London I'll have beans on toast for lunch. On holiday what? Tapas? Go on then I'll have a bit. You eat whatevers in that area"
    Karl Pilkington
     
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    Nibb said:

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    This link shows its correct m8.
    "Where you are is what you eat. When I'm in London I'll have beans on toast for lunch. On holiday what? Tapas? Go on then I'll have a bit. You eat whatevers in that area"
    Karl Pilkington
     
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    lukese said:

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    this is correct, a guy at work was going on about it the other day how his mate got x amount, and he was phoning up over the weekend to check on his, dont fancy his chances after reading think the kid has to be born between 2002 and 2003 but gotta be worth a shot.
     
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    liveseytowers said:

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    Just printed the form off for my mate at work, his kid was born March 2002 he's well chuffed now! Cheers for the heads up
     
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    beansontoast said:

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    Doesn't apply to me but I've sent it on to a few friends, thanks for highlighting it
    No sympathy for the devil; keep that in mind. Buy the ticket, take the ride...
     
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    tombott said:

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    Nice find, doesn't apply to me but will pass onto my brother and my Mum as they have both had kids in the time frame.
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    Mickey said:

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    Looks good, gonna check this out at home later thanks
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    ant3b said:

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    My pa tried ringing.. he said always engaged
     
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    whatnow said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by tombott View Post
    my brother and my Mum as they have both had kids in the time frame.
    did they manage to escape webbed feet?
     
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    koola2 said:

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    If you have claimed the allowance back in 2002, you cannot claim it now.
    Thanks, but think I've had it already, but I'll check to be sure.
     
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    BBK said:

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    Nice find, will pass this on to my ex as our youngest was born in July of 2002
     
  14. Over Carl's Avatar

    Over Carl said:

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    Someone said there was an article in the metro about this and it's a scam to get bank details!

    Had a look at the link that at first glance to me looked like an official website but if you pay any attention to it obviously isn't.

    I don't know if the metro article is the same thing at this stage but I thought I better post as soon as I found out.

    Sincerest apologies to anyone who may be negatively affected by this.
     
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    Nibb said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Over carl View Post
    Someone said there was an article in the metro about this and it's a scam to get bank details!

    Had a look at the link that at first glance to me looked like an official website but if you pay any attention to it obviously isn't.

    I don't know if the metro article is the same thing at this stage but I thought I better post as soon as I found out.

    Sincerest apologies to anyone who may be negatively affected by this.
    I dont think so m8!

    This is a genuine offer where you have to download a pdf form and fill in your details, no bank details are required.

    You then have to authorise "The Entitlements Agency" as an agent( they will charge your 94), this isnt necessary thos as if you contact the Inland Revenue direct they can advise you if you qualify anyway.

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    You arent refering to this are you? Which is a different scam altogether!

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    "Where you are is what you eat. When I'm in London I'll have beans on toast for lunch. On holiday what? Tapas? Go on then I'll have a bit. You eat whatevers in that area"
    Karl Pilkington
     
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    Clubber Lang said:

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    Is it a scam or not?

    Has anyone that applied heard anything back from the tax credits people?
     
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    Nibb said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clubber Lang View Post
    Is it a scam or not?

    Has anyone that applied heard anything back from the tax credits people?
    In my opinion no m8 the original post is genuine. Its now the same as the Metro scam its a freephone number as well!!

    Just call the tax credit office direct, I didnt qualify as my tax code for that year ended in H.
    "Where you are is what you eat. When I'm in London I'll have beans on toast for lunch. On holiday what? Tapas? Go on then I'll have a bit. You eat whatevers in that area"
    Karl Pilkington
     
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    Clubber Lang said:

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    I just called them and they say i'm eligible so I dl'ed the form and am gonna send it off when the Mrs gets home as I need her NI number.

    Fingers crossed.

    If you're gonna apply you'll need to fill out the form below.

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    Last edited by Clubber Lang; 8th January 2009 at 04:07 PM.
     
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    Nibb said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clubber Lang View Post
    I just called them and they say i'm eligible so I dl'ed the form and am gonna send it off when the Mrs gets home as I need her NI number.

    Fingers crossed.
    There you go ....oh ye of little faith!
    "Where you are is what you eat. When I'm in London I'll have beans on toast for lunch. On holiday what? Tapas? Go on then I'll have a bit. You eat whatevers in that area"
    Karl Pilkington
     
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    liveseytowers said:

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    You don't have to go through this agency either, just ring up tax credits and and they'll tell you which form you need just like Clubber said. Best not to send the form off from the original link on page on as you'll lose 90 quid.