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  • RE: High Income Benefit Charge PAYE

    @StephanieKelly we have the exact same issue! Husband salary is over 50k but under 60k so knew we’d have a tax charge on some of the child benefit we received, just filled in the self assessment form online and the calculated charge is more than the child benefit received (and double what the child benefit calculator says we’d likely need to pay)!
  • Child Benefit Tax Calculator

    Does anyone know why the calculations on the self-assessment tax return would be very different to the Child Benefit Tax Calculator? The exact same info has been input but calculator is saying the estimated tax charge to pay is £714 (this seems right - husbands salary is £6,300 over £50,000 - 63% of the child benefit we’ve received is £714), self-assessment has calculated we owe over £1,300 which is more than the child benefit we received for 2022/23… makes no sense! Any insight appreciated, thanks.