DAN HYDE: HMRC shouldn't be penalising hard-working parents over child benefit confusion



To many young families, a household income of £50,000 doesn't feel like a lot.
Not after you've put food on the table, paid the mortgage, filled the car and had your account pillaged for energy and broadband bills.
Yet, as Money Mail reveals today, hard-working parents who rely on that salary from a sole breadwinner face harsh fines of up to £2,000 for incorrectly claiming child benefit.
Nobody is disputing that families should give back the money they owe.
The Government decided in 2013 that families where at least one person earns more than £50,000 should have their child benefit... read more

 
4 April 2018 in Business, Views: 49
Source: Daily Mail
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