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Child Benefit is receivable by a person responsible for each child until they reach 16, or 19 if they stay in education or training.
If the person (or their spouse or partner) has 'adjusted net income' above £50,000 the person with the highest income has to pay some of the Child Benefit as a tax charge.
Where 'adjusted net income' is more than £60,000 a year, the tax charge equals the Child Benefit received.
As the situation regarding COVID-19 develops daily we are doing everything we can to ensure that we keep our staff and clients safe and continue to provide a full service.
Following the latest advice from the UK Government, we have put in place measures to ensure that our business can continue to operate.
We can currently work safely in our office whilst maintaining social distancing. If we need to we can work remotely.
All client meetings will be held by telephone rather than face to face to minimise social contact.
If our resources are compromised due to illness this would mean prioritising workload and keeping those affected updated whilst making every effort to mitigate the impact should this situation arise.
We understand that some of our services, in particular payroll, are vital to our clients and we will be issuing regular emails regarding payroll to all of our payroll clients to ensure that all payrolls are run in time.
This is an evolving situation and we understand that it will present challenges to all of us. We want to reassure you that we are here to help you and will do whatever we can.
Please call or email us with any queries.