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In this case they are not renewing merely finalising the old claim. One of the functions of the renewal process is to establish the claimant's income for the current year, and to review any changes of personal circumstances during it, so that their final entitlement for that year can be established.

Having established the claimant's income for the current year, it is used, together with their latest set of personal circumstances, to set the initial award for the coming year. The initial claim for 2016/17 was based on circumstances current in 2016/17 and income for 2015/16.

Although the process is often referred to as the ‘renewals process’, not everyone will want or need to renew their claim.

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A complaint letter should also be sent to HMRC with a request for compensation equal to any tax credits and passported benefits that have been lost as a result of HMRC’s misleading information.

HMRC did not run this exercise for the 2013/14, 2014/15 or 2015/16 tax years.

It should be noted that in 2006/2007 and earlier years, the disregard for rises in income was only £2,500 instead of £25,000.

See our ‘understanding the disregards’ section for a fuller analysis of the consequences of this change from £2,500 to £25,000.

If the claimant did not make a relevant request (ie write to or phone HMRC to say they wished to renew their claims for 2011/2012), their claim lapsed at the end of the 2010/2011 tax year.

HMRC considered the exercise a success and decided to run a similar exercise for people who were Nil award in 2011/2012 or who HMRC thought would be a Nil award from April 2012 due to the various budget changes.

Auto-renewals - Current Previously if the claimant was in receipt of the full CTC family element only, or if they had a nil award because their income was too high to receive any payments, HMRC sent them a TC603R only.

If their personal circumstances had not changed and their income was within a prescribed range so that their award would remain the same, nothing further needed to be done.

Due to changes to the system, particularly the removal of the second income threshold, the number of people getting an auto-renewal fell.

However, since 2013/14 many more people are being moved from the reply required group to the auto-renewal group as a result of HMRC having access to Real Time Information data from employers and occupational pension providers.

At the start of the 2011-2012 tax year, HMRC sent letters (TC1015) to anyone on a nil award at the time.

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