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Working Tax Credits Overpayment

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  • #16
    I vaguely recall they give you a certain period of being self employed to report an income - I'll try have a look into it.



    Basic gov.uk info
    youíre self-employed

    Some self-employed people are not eligible for Working Tax Credit. To qualify, your self-employed work must aim to make a profit. It must also be commercial, regular and organised.

    This means you may not qualify if you do not:
    • make a profit or have clear plans to make one
    • work regularly
    • keep business records, such as receipts and invoices
    • follow any regulations that apply to your work, for example having the right licence or insurance

    If the average hourly profit from your self-employed work is less than the National Minimum Wage, the Tax Credit Office may ask you to provide:
    • business records
    • your business plan - find out how to write a business plan
    • details of the day-to-day running of your business
    • evidence that youíve promoted your business - such as advertisements or flyers


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    • #17
      These are probably helpful

      https://revenuebenefits.org.uk/tax-c...self-employed/


      https://www.gov.uk/hmrc-internal-man...nual/tctm02415
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      • #18
        Looks like people are trying to find out the actual rules but being refused -https://ico.org.uk/media/action-weve...fs50695829.pdf

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