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    • bettydaviseyes
    • By bettydaviseyes 15th Apr 18, 1:24 AM
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    WTC and phased return to work
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    WTC and phased return to work 15th Apr 18 at 1:24 AM
    I claim WTC and work 24 hours a week. I've been off work for 8 months (treatment for cancer) and am due to return next week on a phased return. I will initially be working 12 hours a week (2 days) and over time will work up to 24 hours again. Do I need to inform HMRC of this change in hours
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    Did you inform WTC that you've been off work due to illness for over 28 weeks?
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