Do you get child benefit? If so, you need to watch and understand this video if you are a UK taxpayer. So if you or your partner earn more than 50,000 pounds perham, you may have to pay some of that benefit back in the form of taxes. So you will need to register for self-assessment and declare both your income and the child’s benefit you received for.
And then you’ll have to pay back a portion of the child benefit every January through self-assessment. So some families who earn over 50,000 pounds have chosen to stop receiving child benefit to avoid paying back taxes. However, it’s important to note that even if you don’t want to receive the benefit, you should still fill out the child’s benefit form and register your child with.
This is very important because your child’s national insurance number will be linked to their HMRC record and they’ll need it when they turn 16. So even if you don’t want the child benefit, just make sure to, to register a child with HMRC by filling out the form. And as always, uh, get in touch with me if you’ve got any tax related or counting related questions or need any help in that regard.
So, are you affected by this child benefit? let us know in the comments.