Child Benefit: When do you stop getting Child Benefit?

Unlike many other benefits, Child Benefit is not a benefit that has been replaced by Universal Credit.

However, it is included as part of your benefit cap, which is a limit on the total amount of income from certain benefits a household can receive.

There are two Child Benefit rates, depending on who the allowance is for.

The weekly rate for the eldest or only child is at £21.05 and for the addition child or children the rate stands at £13.95 per child.


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