Find out more about different types of tax credits.
Find out if you qualify for tax credits
To find out if you're likely to qualify for tax credits, there's a short questionnaire on GOV.UK that you can complete. It will take about 5 minutes.
Contact the Tax Credit Office
Make a claim for Child Tax Credit or Working Tax Credit or report a change by contacting the Tax Credit Helpline or Tax Credit Office.
Changes that affect your tax credits
Your tax credits can go up, down or stop if there are changes in your family or work life . You must report these changes to the Tax Credit Office.
Childcare and tax credits
If you pay for childcare while you're at work, you may be eligible for extra tax credits.
Child Tax Credit
How to claim tax credits
Renew your tax credits
Tax credits calculator
Use the HM Revenue and Customs tax credits calculator to get an estimate of how much in tax credits you might receive from today's date until the end of the tax year.
Tax credits: working out your childcare costs
You can claim extra tax credits to help with your childcare costs if you're eligible.
Working tax credit
Financial Health Check
The Financial Health Check service offers money advice to older people and families.
It can show you how to make the most of your income and make sure that you're not paying more than you need to for basic services like gas, electricity and broadband.
It can help you find out:
- what benefits you can get
- how to save money on your bills
- what other money you may be entitled to
You can talk to Financial Health Check advisors by calling 0800 085 7145 or meeting them in person at your local Citizens Advice Bureau.