If your income is under £50,000 per year, you will be unaffected by changes to child benefits.
If you earn between £50,000 and £60,000 per year, you will lose some of your child benefit payments from January 7th.
If you earn over £60,000 per year, you will lose all your child benefit payment.
Those earners can choose to either stop the child benefit payment or to be charged the equivalent of the payment in extra tax.
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