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HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is reminding Wales’ 173,000 tax credits customers that they must renew their tax credits by 31 July – or their payments will stop. Tax credits help working families with targeted financial support. A new advertising campaign launched today is reminding customers to renew their tax credits on time, as this is too important to forget.


Renewing online is quick and easy. Customers can log into GOV.UK to check on the progress of their renewal, be reassured it’s being processed and know when they’ll hear back from HMRC. Customers can also use the HMRC App on their smartphone to:


Nearly 3,000 drink driving offences recorded in Wales in 2018


Wales’ tax credit claimants don’t delay, renew your tax credits by 31 July • renew their tax credits;


• check their tax credits payments schedule; and • find out how much they have earned for the year. Angela MacDonald, Director General for Customer Services at HMRC, said: “We know that our customers lead busy lives, which is why our online services are available day and night. Customers can complete their tax credit renewals at a time convenient to them. Renewing on time is vital to ensure that their payments don’t stop.” Claimants can get help and information on renewing


tax credits: • On GOV.UK at https://www.gov.uk/browse/benefits/ tax-credits; • By tweeting @HMRCcustomers or posting on our Facebook page with general queries; • Using HMRC’s App, which is available on the App Store or Google Play Store; • Using the online forum (click on Tax Credits and You); • Through HMRC’s webchat help service; or • By calling the tax credits helpline: 0345 300 3900


The number of motorists caught drunk behind the wheel in Wales stands at 2913 in 2018 and research finds motorists are being caught out the morning after they have been drinking. According to new Freedom of Information data obtained by Confused.com 2913 motorists in Wales were caught drink drinking in 2018, up from 2679 in 2017. In particular, South Wales saw the worst of the issue and is the drink-drive capital of the region. In total, 1795 motorists were caught by the local police in 2018.


Not all motorists are being pulled over after a boozy night out. Further research conducted by Confused. com found that more than a third (34%) of UK drivers have still felt over the limit the morning after drinking. Of these, nearly one in four (24%) claimed they still drove because it was the morning after and they thought they would be fine. Those who have been caught drink-driving at some point, more than one in seven (15%) said they were caught between 6am and 12pm. There is a lot of confusion around how long you must wait after a good night’s sleep before safely driving. According to the survey, nearly one in five (18%) motorists are confused about how long they must wait before driving the morning after drinking. To clear up any confusion, Confused.com has released a ‘morning after calculator’ - https://www.confused. com/car-insurance/morning-after-calculator The calculator shows just how long I can take for alcohol to wear off. Users can tally up just how much booze they drank the night before, and the calculator will estimate how long they should wait to be safe to drive.


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