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COVID-19: cymorth i’ch busnes

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COVID-19: support for your business

The latest information on the support available for small businesses during the coronavirus outbreak

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Working Tax Credit customers must report changes to working hours

HMRC is urging Working Tax Credit customers to check if they need to update their working hours if these have reduced as a result of coronavirus.

During the pandemic, Working Tax Credit customers have not needed to tell HMRC about temporary short-term reductions in their working hours as a result of coronavirus - for example if they were working fewer hours or were furloughed.

If a Working Tax Credit customer’s hours temporarily fell because of coronavirus, they have been treated as if they were working their normal hours.

Customers do not need to tell HMRC if they re-establish their normal working hours before 25 November 2021, but from then, they must do within the usual one-month window if they are not back to working their normal hours shown in their Working Tax Credit claim.

Any changes can be easily reported online on GOV.UK, where customers can also check their current Working Tax Credit claim details.

For further information please visit GOV.UK.

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