Backdating child benefit

The completed claim form should be sent to: Child Benefit Office Washington Newcastle Upon Tyne NE88 1ZD HMRC has produced guidance to help claimants fill in the claim form.The guidance goes through the claim form page by page.

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Late claims can only be backdated up to three months.

HMRC recommend that a claim should be made as soon as: Backdating Claims can normally only be backdated up to 3 months, and there is no need to show why the claim was late.

There are special rules for backdating for refugees.

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