Working parents of children born between 6th April 1985 and 5th April 2003 could be entitled to Child Tax Allowance rebates averaging up to £1000 each – provided they make a claim by 31 January 2008.
According to Inland Revenue agents Tax Rebate Services, thousands of pounds is potentially owed British taxpaying parents under the old Child Tax Allowance scheme (since replaced by Child Tax Credit). “The allowance was made through a parent’s tax code and was randomly allocated rather than applied for,” said Tax Rebate Services’ Managing Director Paul Donohoe. “Many parents were left out and remain unaware of their entitlement.”
A combination of tax payers’ ignorance and unfamiliarity with the Read full release