makenzie wrote: »
hi, thanks for the reply. i have origional invoices altered by the nursery staff and they have signed their names. they actually say minus half term holiday on them! head office also CLAIM to have minutes from 3 meetings to discuss the fees. My husband nor myself have EVER attended any meeting let alone 3 with a woman called julie who neither of us have evr met!!! We asked when we started last nov would we only pay for the time our son was in nursery and the answer was yes. All bills since nov have been altered accordingly and now head office are trying to hit us with this bill for nearly £1000! pounds. Does this sound as ridiculous to anyone else as it does to us? please, more advice. many thanks.
fuzzybear01 wrote: »
You can not claim childcare help for a relative to look after your children (even if they register as a childminder)
dawnhardy wrote: »
I have been led to believe that, as a mature student, (husband working and not eligible for tax credit) I can claim for my childcare, is this true and how do I do it?
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