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July tax credits deadline prompts payment warning

Newsletter issue – June 2024

Nearly one million people need to be aware of a looming tax deadline, coming on 31 July.  

It’s that time when tax credit renewal notices are sent out. There are about 730,000 tax credits customers who should get their letter by 19 June, if they haven’t already. Most claims get automatically renewed but up to 10,000 may need to submit their claim for renewal. Without doing so, there is a risk of payments being stopped. The process can be completed either through the HMRC app or its website.  

HMRC stated: " If customers fail to renew by the deadline, they risk their payments being stopped and having to repay any overpayments. The 2024 to 2025 tax credits notices may show predicted payments for the tax year 2025 to 2026 - these are automatically generated and should be disregarded ."  

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