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Tax Credits Technical Manual

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Tax Credit Technical Manual: recent changes

Below are details of the amendments that were published on 5 September 2013 (see the update index for all updates).

Page Details of update
   
TCTM02220 Amendment to clarify conditions where YP has ceased FTNAE and started remunerative work, or started to receive benefits in their own right.
TCTM02230 3rd bullet to include person on a Study Programme in England being treated as in full-time education
TCTM02230 Definition of Study Programme inserted
TCTM02230 Amendment to definition of advanced education
TCTM02230 Remove ‘Skillseekers’ from approved training in Scotland
TCTM02230 Include ‘Employability Fund’ under approved training in Scotland
TCTM02230 Remove ‘Jobskills’ from approved training in Northern Ireland
TCTM02230 Include ‘Collaboration and Innovation Programme’ as approved training
TCTM02230 Move reference to ‘Pathways to Success - Pathways for Young People’ to list of approved training in Northern Ireland
TCTM02230 Remove note below approved training in Northern Ireland regarding ‘Pathways to Success - Pathways for Young People’.
TCTM02630 Clarification of what is meant by a Domiciliary Care Worker for childcare purposes in England
TCTM02630 Clarified what is meant by a Domiciliary Care Worker for childcare purposes in Wales
TCTM02630 Inserted references to Personal Independence Payments (PIP)
TCTM06104 Inserted paragraph where a disallowed claim for Universal Credit is treated as a claim for tax credits
TCTM11000 New ‘Transition to Universal Credit’ chapter inserted as TCTM11000 - previously contained the ‘Consolidated Tax Credit Legislation’
TCTM12000 New chapter for Consolidated Tax Credit Legislation - previously contained ‘Abbreviations’.
TCTM12000 Relevant amendments made to TCTM references and hyperlinks
TCTM13000 New additional chapter for ‘Abbreviations’
TCTM13000 Additional entry for Universal Credit (UC)