Over one million have just seven days to renew their tax credits
More than a million people are yet to renew their tax credits, with just one week to go until the 31 July deadline
24 July 2018
Tax credit claimants who didn't appeal Concentrix decisions will have cases reviewed by HMRC
People who didn't appeal decisions made by Concentrix to amend or cancel their claim will have their cases reviewed
6 February 2017
Victims of Concentrix tax credits shambles receive almost £87,000 in compensation
Tax credit claimants whose payments were wrongly stopped by outsourcing firm Concentrix have been compensated by HMRC
17 January 2017
Have you been missing out on tax credits for your disabled child? You could be owed £1,000s
Thousands of households entitled to refund from the Government after missing out on tax credits for disabled children
28 November 2016
Autumn Statement 2016: Universal credit cuts scaled back
Planned taper rate cuts to universal credit scaled back
23 November 2016
Concentrix claimants awarded up to £100 compensation – how to apply if your tax credits were wrongly cut
Concentrix claimants have been awarded up to £100 compensation – how to apply if your tax credits were wrongly cut
18 November 2016
HMRC to axe tax credit checking firm Concentrix with immediate effect
HMRC has announced that it's ended its tax credits fraud contract with Concentrix with immediate effect
11 November 2016
More than 90% of appeals against tax credit cuts successful, Concentrix claims
Up to 95% of tax credit claimants who have appealed against Concentrix cutting payments have had the decision overturned
14 October 2016
Concentrix claimants to give evidence to MPs
Tax credit claimants speak in Parliament with HM Revenue & Customs contractor Concentrix
12 October 2016
HMRC clarifies you only get a Concentrix lump sum if all tax credits were stopped
Only if your entire tax credit claim was wrongly stopped by Concentrix you'll receive a lump sum repayment
26 September 2016
28 July 2021
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