If you are already receiving benefits, you will need to write to us to request backdating your benefits.
Please detail your name, address, reference number, the date you would like to claim from and your reason for requesting the backdate at this stage.
Pension age customers are those who have reached the qualifying age for State Pension Credit.
Check your state pension age to check the date you may be entitled to start receiving Pension Credit.
So for every £100 earned above £50,000 Child Benefit will be paid back at 1%.
This means that regardless of how many children you are claiming for by the time the income reaches £60,000 there will be no Child Benefit left.
It is always best to make your claim as soon as possible.Only one person responsible for a child can claim Child Benefit for that child including those who are fostering or adopting.However the same parent/carer doesn’t have to claim for all children even if they live in the same home.Single parent households with just one income but earning just over the £50k limit will also be subject to 'High Income Child Benefit Tax Charge'.If you separate from your partner part-way through the tax year and your partner's income is over the threshold, the rules of withdrawal will apply up to the date that you split up.