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hi all my mum just started working 30 hours a week,will she b able to claim wrkin tax credits as the 30 hours are between 2 jobs 1 at 22 hours and the the other at 8,if so how long does it take for a response to the application,with qualified or not is it long or quite quick and simple.

 

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There is a calculator at the bottom of this page here where she could enter her circumstances and figures to get an estimate of the amount she may qualify for. It doesn't matter that the 30 hours are made up from two seperate jobs.

 

Tax credit timescales in processing new claims vary considerably, some people wait a couple of weeks and others months. If she already has a claim in for other elements such as child tax credit and it's a change of circumstances, it usually only takes a week or so for the payments to alter, if applicable.

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