Find out if you can get working or child tax credits and how to claim. If you have a tax credits overpayment find out how to challenge the decision.
Check how benefits and tax credits are paid - usually by direct credit transfer into bank, building society or Post Office card accounts. Find out about the Payment Exception Service if you can't use an account.
Find out when and how to complain about the service you received from the people dealing with your benefits or tax credits.
Benefits for a person who is sick or has a disability, including benefits for accidents at work and industrial diseases.
How to renew your tax credits using the renewal pack that HMRC sends at the start of the tax year.
Check the best way to apply for tax credits and make sure you include all the right information.
Check who can get working tax credits, a benefit that can help if you've got a job but have a low income.
Find out about benefits you may be able to get, how to claim them and the help you can get from a Citizens Advice Bureau. Information in British Sign Language (BSL).
Information on fringe benefits, including which ones are tax-free and how common fringe benefits such as company cars, meals and relocation expenses are taxed.
Find out the amount of working tax credits you can get and how it's based on your income, hours you work and if you're in a couple.
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