Child benefit changes Q and A – how the £50,000 income limit may affect your child benefit
How are you affected by the child benefit changes - will you have to pay tax or stop claiming child benefit?

The government’s child benefit changes that were introduced in January 2013 are not the most straightforward. I’ve written an article that’s a basic guide to the child benefit changes, but I’ve also had lots of questions about what counts towards the £50,000 income threshold and what happens if your partner won’t tell you about his or her finances and who pays the tax charge if a new partner moves in.

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06-11-2012
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Exercise on a budget for the new mum – how to get fit without spending a fortune.
Exercise after you've given birth doesn't have to be expensive as there are plenty of free or low cost options.

By Becky Goddard-Hill of Babybudgeting.co.uk

Exercise is important not only for getting you back into your normal size clothes but also for feeling strong, awake and upbeat. Don't start exercising straight after giving birth. Talk to your doctor or health visitor before you begin exercising and find out how much exercise you should do and what you should do at first.

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26-07-2010
01-09-2014
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How to save money if you have twins or triplets
If you have twins or triplets, how can you save money on the cost of your babies?

Having one child is expensive enough, but if you have twins or triplets, you'll - obviously - pay a lot more. How can you save money if you have twins or triplets?


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17-03-2010
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