HMRC warning: 10 days left until major Working Tax Credit changes – act now

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Myrtle Lloyd, the Director General for Customer Services at HMRC, outlined why the tax body introduced this change to Working Tax Credit while speaking about it earlier in the year.

Ms Lloyd explained: “We introduced this measure last year to help support working families.

“It is vital that Working Tax Credit claimants who have benefitted from it update HMRC with their working hours if they have reduced, and they won’t return to their normal level before November 25.

“Anyone who is no longer eligible for Working Tax Credit due to a change in their circumstances may be able to apply for other UK Government support, including Universal Credit.”



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