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So normally you'd take home £1397 after tax, then minus your £243 for childcare leaves you with £1157 a month. £1666 is based on earning a £20k salary a year, and the £243 is the highest voucher allowance you can claim for.B But using the voucher scheme, you are left with £1232 a month. You can ask to sacrifice less than that if you prefer.I know they can backdate up to 12 weeks, but is this from the date you make the claim or can I receive payment for the previous 12 weeks that I'd forgotten to send a claim in?

Im not desparate for the money, it just the frustration of knowing your surpossed to have something but not getting it.

i only make 15,000 so im sure that cant be the problem. x Hi As long as you are eligible for CB when you claim, then they backdate to the date you claimed.

However, you’ll start to pay back some of it back in extra Income Tax You’ll need to pay back 1% of your family’s Child Benefit for every £100 or your income over £50,000.

If either of you earn over £60,000 a year, you’ll have to repay all of your Child Benefit in extra Income Tax.

Whilst you're on a roll kelly 😉 then I presume you send the 243 electronically to the nursery (that's how my nursery want it) and then you pay the difference (if there is more to pay) it's confusing lol but I know once I get it I'll get it if you know what I mean 😂 Your employer might have a voucher scheme set up already, there are loads of providers.

If like me you work in a small company the alternative is to run it direct through work, and it still goes on your payslip as the voucher but instead of employer paying to a voucher provider who then pay it to nursery (costs employer money) mine is paying it direct to nursery.

If either of you earns over £60,000, you can always opt not to receive the payments - and avoid the tax charge - but still get the entitlements.

I don't think you can backdate them as they are taken out of your salary each month before tax and NI are taken off.

My little girl is now 12 weeks old and i was woundering if they ever backdate more then 12 weeks if the delay is down to them?

Also has anyone else who has had a little one since May received there payments yet?

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