HMRC unmoved by child benefit charge complaints

HMRC has dismissed claims that letters sent to child benefit recipients inviting them to consider whether they should pay the high income child benefit charge (HICBC) are “causing trouble”. A spokesman said the letters can be “simply disregarded” where the charge has been paid, but the ICAEW Tax Faculty has claimed that the letters are “aggressive” and poorly targeted.

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