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child benefit

n
(Social Welfare) (in Britain, Canada and New Zealand) a regular government payment to the parents of children up to a certain age
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child benefit

n (Brit) → assegni mpl familiari
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Many of these earners will still qualify for child benefit, as the higher rate threshold kicks in at PS42,475.
Chancellor George Osborne rowed back on controversial plans to scrap child benefit for all households where one parent earns enough to pay the 40 per cent higher rate of income tax, following complaints - including from Conservative backbenchers - that it would hit families in the "squeezed middle".
And more than 80,000 North Wales households are being hit by a child benefit freeze lasting for the next three years.
But the upfront costs would be paid for by cuts to child benefit for better-off people, he indicated, as he prepares to unveil massive cuts to Whitehall budgets in the spending review on October 20.
The 'Make Child Benefit Count' campaign calls on the Government to increase child benefit and ensure that younger children get the same rate as the oldest child.
All provinces except Manitoba and New Brunswick have reduced social assistance payments equal to the National Child Benefit received.
Asked to rule this out, Mr Osborne replied: "If we wanted to put child benefit into universal credit, we would have done it when we set up universal credit.
The tax charge applies at a rate of 1% of the full Child Benefit award for each PS100 of income between PS50,000 and PS60,000.
Kellie Leitch, Parliamentary Secretary to the Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development, and the Honourable Nick McGrath, Minister of Service NL, today announced a new, integrated birth registration service which bundles the Social Insurance Number (SIN), Canada child benefits, Medical Care Plan (MCP) and Provincial Parental Benefits Program.
In Dublin 1,000 people called on the Government not to make crippling cuts to child benefit in the Budget after Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton revealed that child and family income supports could be reduced by up to [euro]40 a week.
Chancellor George Osborne backed down on controversial plans to scrap child benefit for all households where one parent earns enough to pay the 40 per cent higher rate of income tax, following complaints that it would hit families in the "squeezed middle".

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