NIC Implications and the High Income Benefit Charge

The high income benefit charge was introduced on 7 January 2013 to restrict the availability of child benefit to high earners and their partners. Essentially, where one partner earns more than £50,000, HMRC will claw back the child benefit paid. The amount clawed back will be 1% of the benefit paid for every £100 of … Continue reading NIC Implications and the High Income Benefit Charge