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Do you agree with the budget changes to Child Tax Credit?

Monday July 13 2015




The government budget was delivered last week which included changes to Child Tax Credit.

Any family which has a third or subsequent child born after April 2017 will not qualify for Child Tax Credit.
This amounts to up to £2,780 a year per child.

MP Michael Dugher has said there are 5,200 working families with children who claim tax credits in the Barnsley East constituency who will be affected by this.

WABers what do you think? Do you agree with the budget changes to Child Tax Credit?

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Reply Posted by Ray on Monday July 13 2015 at 14:41
Divide and conquer it's the Cameron way

Reply Posted by Donna on Tuesday July 14 2015 at 00:10
As an aging population, what your all forgetting is the kids being born today will be paying you health care and pension,

Where do u think the pension deficit is coming from?!

There's so many people quick to jump on a band wagon, without looking at the bigger picture!

At least if I do have a bigger family and our pension is worth nothing at least I will have support from my children and I'm not a financial burden on my only child!