Results 1-20 of 963 for child tax credit
- Written Answers — House of Lords: Poverty (22 May 2013)
Lord Freud: ...believe it unwise to assume the figures forecast by the Institute for Fiscal Studies will reflect the full picture of what will happen in 2020. The coalition Government remain committed to ending child poverty and the Child Poverty Act 2010. They also understand that poverty is about more than income alone and that is why we need to focus on the root causes The Government are taking action...
- Written Answers — Treasury: Social Security Benefits: East Renfrewshire (21 May 2013) See 1 other result from this answer
Jim Murphy: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many people in East Renfrewshire constituency were in receipt of (a) child benefit, (b) working families tax credits, (c) incapacity benefit, (d) disability living allowance and (e) income support in May (i) 2010, (ii) 2011, (iii) 2012 and (iv) 2013.
- Written Answers — House of Lords: Benefits (21 May 2013) See 1 other result from this answer
Lord Willis of Knaresborough: To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether parents of 16 to 18 year-olds on the new traineeships programme will be entitled to claim child benefit and child tax credit in line with parents of those attending full-time non-advanced further education in school sixth forms and further education colleges.
- Mesothelioma Bill [HL] — Second Reading (20 May 2013)
Lord Howarth of Newport: ...grudging and obstructive in the past, but it has established the Employers' Liability Tracing Office and is willing to go along with this scheme. It is, however, a scheme that needs improvement. Credit should certainly be given to the previous Government for the preliminary work that they did. The Minister was rightly generous to my noble friend Lord McKenzie, who published the...
- Written Answers — Treasury: Poverty: Children (20 May 2013)
Sajid Javid: The Institute for Fiscal Studies' projections are based on a narrow measure of child poverty. The focus on this measure has resulted in policies that use benefits and tax credits to change income at the margin; it does not capture the full impact of government spending on low to middle income households, including the value of education and health services which have a real positive impact on...
- Economic Growth (15 May 2013) See 1 other result from this debate
Danny Alexander: ...their first member of staff or expand their work force. We estimate that the £2,000 allowance in the Bill in question will benefit 1.25 million businesses, most of them small businesses. Our new tax-free arrangements on child care will reduce the cost of employment for employees, putting money back into the pockets of hard-working families and ensuring that it makes financial sense...
- Written Answers — Treasury: Welfare Tax Credits (15 May 2013)
David Gauke: The following table gives the number of households with children and two adults, where both adults earn above the personal allowance, which are and are not in receipt of working or child tax credits, in 2013-14 and 2014-15. 2013 2014 In receipt of tax credits 202,000 177,000 Not in receipt of tax credits 2,175,000 2,147,000 Total 2,377,000 2,324,000 Figures are...
- Written Answers — Treasury: Welfare Tax Credits (15 May 2013) See 1 other result from this answer
William Bain: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many households containing a child and one adult earning (a) more and (b) less than the threshold for income tax in (i) the UK, (ii) each nation and each region of the UK and (iii) each parliamentary constituency in the UK will receive tax credits in each of the next four financial years.
- Cost of Living (14 May 2013) See 3 other results from this debate
Debbie Abrahams: ...someone for the day—I certainly will not be eating baked beans for a while. With the benefit changes introduced last month the situation is expected to get much worse. In addition to the bedroom tax, the abolition of crisis loans for living expenses and other so-called reforms of social security are driven by the Government’s ideologically led cuts. Ministers are fond of making...
- Queen’s Speech — Debate (4th Day) (14 May 2013)
Lord Freud: ...positive change to the United Kingdom. We set out our commitment to landmark reform on social care and pensions, which will reward those who work hard. We look to improve services for vulnerable children and support strong families. The gracious Speech also covered the topics of culture, agriculture, and energy: we put the consumer first while taking decisive action to deliver economic...
- Written Answers — Treasury: Autumn Statement: Upratings (14 May 2013)
Sajid Javid: The 1% uprating from 2013-14 of working-age discretionary benefits and tax credits is estimated to affect 6.5 million working-age households by 2015-16. A further 2.9 million households are affected in 2015-16 by the 1% uprating of child benefit from April 2014.
- Written Answers — Treasury: Working Tax Credit (14 May 2013) See 1 other result from this answer
Stephen Timms: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many households in receipt of the childcare element of working tax credit claimed for the maximum eligible childcare costs for (a) one child and (b) two or more children; and how many such households incurred childcare costs in excess of these limits in each year since 2005-06.
- Home Affairs (9 May 2013)
Barry Gardiner: ...to settlement. This single parent who has been subject to domestic violence will have to renew her application every 36 months and pay a fresh, exorbitant fee that, if she is looking after her child, she cannot work to afford to pay. During this period of 10 years, she can work but not claim any of the following public funds: income-based jobseeker’s allowance, attendance allowance,...
- Business of the House: Child-care Ratios (9 May 2013)
William Bain: Does the shambles in this Government’s child-care policy not also extend to what they are doing with the tax and benefits system? Is the Minister aware that her colleague, the Economic Secretary, gave me information in a written answer last month that shows that more than half of all families will not benefit at all from the tax break or universal credit plans?
- Outlawries Bill: Debate on the Address — [Ist Day] (8 May 2013) See 1 other result from this debate
David Cameron: The IFS also shows that it was this Government who increased child tax credits to help the poorest families, but above all, the IFS shows that we have had to take difficult steps to clear up the complete mess that we were left by the Labour party. Labour has opposed each and every welfare change. The party of labour has become the party of welfare and the whole country can see it. On this...
- Written Answers — House of Lords: Benefits (25 April 2013)
Lord Freud: ...covers Great Britain for the financial year 2009-10. It provides caseload and expenditure estimates of take-up for income support and employment and support allowance (income-related), pension credit, housing benefit (including local housing allowance), council tax benefit and jobseeker's allowance (income-based). The latest release updates the statistics previously released on 10 June...
- Written Answers — Treasury: Welfare Tax Credits (25 April 2013)
Priti Patel: ..., (xxiv) £22,000 to £23,000, (xxv) £23,000 to £24,000, (xxvi) £24,000 to £25,000, (xxvii) £25,000 to £26,000, (xxviii) £26,000 to £27,000, (xxix) £27,000 to £28,000, (xxx) £28,000 to £29,000, (xxxi) £29,000 to £30,000, (xxxii) £30,000 to £31,000, (xxxiii) £31,000 to £32,000, (xxxiv)...
- Written Answers — Treasury: Welfare Tax Credits (25 April 2013) See 1 other result from this answer
Priti Patel: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many (a) individuals and (b) households were eligible to receive (i) any type of tax credit, (ii) working family tax credits and (c) child tax credits in each of the last five years; and if he will estimate the number of such (A) individuals and (B) households in each of the next five years.
- Written Answers — Treasury: Welfare Tax Credits (25 April 2013)
Priti Patel: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what the annual cost to the public purse is of administering (a) all tax credits, (b) working family tax credits and (c) child tax credits.