Tax credits when 3yr old gets free hours at nursery

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  1. janinio87uk

    janinio87uk Mummy to a bouncy boy!

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    Hi does anyone from experience know if you have had a child in nursery and paid for it urself plus some tax credit help. When your child turned 3 and was entitled to free hours etc did tax credits automatically deduct the allowance you were previously given or do you need to call them to alter it or do they cont to pay it??

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  2. suzib76

    suzib76 Well-Known Member

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    No you have to tell tax credits how much you pay for childcare. It will change when free hours kick in so you have to tell them With details of how much you are paying as soon as it changes
     
  3. teal

    teal Well-Known Member

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    In my renewal lette it said to let them know if costs decrease by more than £10 a week. I phoned them up as soon as my son started nursery xx
     
  4. emalou90

    emalou90 Well-Known Member

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    yeah they dont want to know its its a change within £10 up or down.
    mine didnt change that much so no worries.
     

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