Married People: Tax Allowances:Written question - 1493

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Asked by Chi Onwurah
(Newcastle upon Tyne Central)
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Asked on: 08 June 2015
Cabinet Office
Married People: Tax Allowances
Commons
To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, what role the Government Digital Service plays in the delivery of the married couple's allowance online application system; and what assisted digital support is available for people who cannot apply online.
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Answered by: Matthew Hancock
Answered on: 11 June 2015

GDS is developing GOV.UK Verify for people to prove their identity and use digital government services safely. HMRC has worked with GDS to develop alternative verification methods for anyone who has difficultly completing the GOV.UK Verify process. Support for customers to complete their digital Marriage Allowance application is available from HMRC online or on the phone.

No one need miss out on the Marriage Allowance. People can apply at any stage in the tax year and get the full entitlement regardless of when they submit their claim.

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