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After the tax year ends (31 March), there will be a few things you may need to do or check before we can work out your Working for Families Tax Credits (WfFTC) entitlement.
We'll automatically send you an income tax assessment (ITA) by the end of July if you:
We may also send you a ITA for other reasons not related to Working for Families Tax Credits.
Your ITA shows:
You need to check all the information on your ITA is correct.
If you have other income or adjustments, you need to tell us about:
If you need to make other changes you can do this:
If you make changes we'll send you an updated ITA.
If everything on your ITA is correct and your outcome is a refund, make sure that your bank account details are correct and we'll pay your refund directly into your bank account.
We will transfer your refund:
To make sure that you receive your income tax assessment by the end of July, you should confirm we have your correct address in myIR.
If you're self-employed you will not receive an income tax assessment and will need to fill out an Individual tax return (IR3).
If you filed an IR3 last year, we'll automatically send you one this year.
We use the income information in your IR3 to work out your Working for Families Tax Credits entitlement for the year.
If you receive your Working for Families Tax Credit as a lump sum, you'll get a change of circumstances letter after the end of the tax year.
The letter shows all the information we hold about your family and income. We use this information to work out your Working for Families Tax Credit for the tax year.
We need you to check that the information is correct.
If all the information is correct and you don't have any changes, you don't need to let us know. Keep the letter for your personal records.
If you need to make a change, you can do this:
To make sure you receive the correct amount of Working for Families Tax Credits, find out if you need to make any income adjustments.