Working parents on Universal Credit given extra time to submit childcare claims under new rules

  The Sun 

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WORKING families on Universal Credit now have an extra month to claim back childcare costs under new rules. The government will reimburse working parents up to 85 per cent of childcare costs as long as they apply for it within a month of when the bill was paid. This has now been extended to two […]
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