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Sep 29, 2021

Single parents hit hardest financially by pandemic

Sep 29, 2021

Parents urged to act now to avoid child benefit tax bill

Aug 31, 2021

Scottish child poverty payment helps more than 108,000 children

Aug 25, 2021

Almost one in five won’t leave money to their children

Aug 04, 2021

Trips cost an average of £400 more during school holidays

Jul 26, 2021

Consumers face a pingdemic refund lottery

Jul 16, 2021

Bereaved parents could claim £10k windfall

Jul 08, 2021

Surge in employers offering extended parental leave

Feb 02, 2021

HMRC £2.5bn high income child benefit tax charge clawback

Jan 19, 2021

Free £15 school meals voucher scheme live

Nov 26, 2020

London enters Tier 2 lockdown: Area guide to coronavirus restrictions

Nov 25, 2020

Households will be able to mix over Christmas

Oct 27, 2020

Children and families ‘have been forgotten in crisis response’

Oct 07, 2020

Half term flights almost 300% more expensive

Oct 05, 2020

Parents need to act now on child benefit tax charge – or face penalties

Oct 05, 2020

Grandparents providing childcare can claim NI credits

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