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Prior to 6 April 2009, when applying for tax credits, HMRC asked claimants to attach a letter to the claim form if they had applied for one of the qualifying benefits but had not yet received a decision.

Providing that Sandra notified HMRC that she claimed Disability Living Allowance in April 2008, and again notified them within three months of the award in October 2008, Sandra will receive backdating of the Disability element to April 2008.

However if Sandra failed to notify HMRC that she had applied for Disability Living Allowance for Amy in April 2008, she would only be able to claim three months backdating from October 2008.

Disability elements Backdating is also possible by more than 31 days/1 month where entitlement to one of the disability elements is dependent upon an award of a qualifying benefit.

The rules for backdating disability elements changed on 6 April 2009.

Zabia claimed asylum as a refugee on 28th September 2008 and was granted refugee status on 10th April 2012.

She applies for tax credits on 29th May 2012 (more than one month after notification of her refugee status).

This code example is part of a larger code example provided for the Serial Port class.

In certain circumstances tax credits claims can be backdated.

Prior to 6 April 2012, the backdating period was 93 days.

Changes of circumstances can be backdated up to 1 month.

There is currently nowhere on the claim form to ask for this backdating.

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