Again this would mean my NI contributions have been and are still being paid as my sick note goes up until 16th august. Get your books up to date. To be eligible you need to have worked 26 weeks. It does seem crazy that a one income family gets it cut off at £60k yet a dual earner family can have a combined income of almost £100k and still get it ! However you can have both parents on an income of £49k each and still continue to get it I think which seems absurd but is the way it currently works. If you cannot get either SMP from your employer or MA from Jobcentre Plus, you may be able to get Employment and Support Allowance (ESA). Also you need to have been paying class 2 NIC for 13 weeks withut having a Small exemption certificate in place to get the standard rate. When you go back to work you may be eligible for help with childcare costs as long as you both work 16+ hours week and your baby is in Ofsted registered childcare. Just wondering if anyone could help. Is there a number you can ring with the info? It's quite high) x. Hiya everyone! Luckily i have a fantastic network of family and friends, including other military gf's/wives and im so anal so i have made sure i have every single phone number possibly needed while he is away ha ha, Hi all wondered if anyone could help am currently 30 weeks pregnant due 20th jan 2015 first baby! Wtf! So I've just sent off my application for Maternity Allowance. (from experience) Jess, Hi all wondered if anyone could help am currently 30 weeks pregnant due 20th jan 2015 first baby! I've filed my tax return for 2016/2017 and paid class 2 national insurance contributions for the 2016/2017 tax year (even though based on my first years profit I … When you go back to work you may be eligible for help with childcare costs as long as you both work 16+ hours week and your baby is in Ofsted registered childcare. You will definately get child benefit of approx £20 a week. (from experience) Jess :D. Hi Hayley, Try not to divulge to much to them as I'm sure they will try and do everything in there power to be as awkward as possible otherwise! So I'm trying to work out now whether I'll be eligible for Maternity Allowance IF I decided not to work at all before the birth. The earliest your maternity allowance period can start is 11 weeks before the week in which you expect your baby. 4 May 2016 Replaced all 3 versions with March 2016 editions. depending when your baby is born, I imagine your joint income for tax year 2014-15 will already have exceeded that figure. Also you need to have been paying class 2 NIC for 13 weeks withut having a Small exemption certificate in place to get the standard rate. You can claim Maternity Allowance as soon as you’ve been pregnant for 26 weeks. You are unlikely to be paid SMP, as you do not qualify, however I think you may qualify for SMA, if not you may be able to qualify for ESA, however - means tested benefits may be affected as your partner will be earning. However, during the weeks that i was not working throughout this time, i was claiming JSA so my NI contributions would have been paid, and the only reason i have not made it to 26 weeks of employment is because i had to quit my last job due to pregnancy complications and have been signed off sick by my doctor and claiming ESA (employment support allowance) since my employment terminated. Im new to netmums, so firstly would like to say hi, im hayley, 29 weeks pregnant and very jittery over income at the mo lol. depending when your baby is born, I imagine your joint income for tax year 2014-15 will already have exceeded that figure. Look across the table to find the dates of the confinement in Im sure we can claim child benefit too. They rang me with a question about my application - really sensible and helpful, and really quick to get sorted. I've never had to apply before so don't know how long it usually takes for it to be processed and to hear back. Even if you didn't earn enough or pay enough NI contributions in that time as self-employed, you have the option to pay them now - it should still work out better to get the MA. Maternity Allowance form (MA1), guidance notes and test period table Date published: 11 November 2020 Download and send a completed MA1 form to the address on the form. Always seek professional advice relevant to your circumstances. I know that I've asked this question before, but I think I phrased it so badly that nobody understood it. Congratulations on your pregnancy! Part 1 About you They can then tell you exactly what to do though it might be that they have to see your form first. I know you need 13 payslips, and that they don't need to be in consecutive order, e.g. Four payslips actually covers 16 weeks and as far as I can remember they didn't ask for actual dates worked. I got my letter back today and it says I'm not entitled as I haven't worked 26 weeks out of 66 in my test period! lol. I have come across this information on another forum. So I would imagine that any time on sick would count. I posted last week after work said im not entitled to maternity pay. Claim as soon as you can after then, even if you are still working. Thank you for your advice re the family liason etc. You can use the benefit calculator on the Turn2us site to see what you may be entitled to claim. You do not have to be physically working to claim you just have to have been registered as self employed with HMRC. The Direct Gov site says, "You may be eligible if you've been employed and/or self-employed for at least 26 weeks in your 'test period' (66 weeks up to and including the week before the week your baby is due). Do you know if this would make me eligible for it? The earliest you can get paid maternity allowance is 11 weeks before your baby is due, and the latest is from the day of your baby’s birth. Maternity allowance is basically for people who can't claim SSP through their employer. You go off your due date, and it will show you your 'test period'. I will leave a message now for our CAB workers to give you some advice :hug: Hi Hayley I am also new, I have been looking for advice too, I think I may need to start a new thread. Also, you don't have to have physically worked 26 weeks, just been on the books/pay role for 26 weeks then they will pay you based on what you earned. Thanks in advance. I'm in the process of applying for maternity allowance as I'll be taking a break from my business for at least 3 months when baby comes. waitingonbubba3. I have their number, but to be honest, ive enquired a few things with them, and 9 times out of 10 theyre not entirely sure themselves. Then you can work out what you were doing at that time. The cut off for tax credits with one child is around £26k, that is without childcare costs. A bit of background first: 1. Is there a number you can ring with the info? For more info, check out. Hello! Maternity Allowance Table to work out your Test Period How to use the table to work out your Test Period 1. The MAT is £30 a week so you must earn on average at least £30 a Look across the table to find the dates of the confinement in the Test Please note, as a peer-to-peer support board, this area is not intended to substitute professional financial advice and Netmums has not checked the qualifications of anyone posting. A got a letter saying i wasnt entitled too the maternity grant  because i wasnt reciveing the income suport just was recieving job seekers and too ring back when a was getting income surport so a rang back today and he said they would take another look at my claim just wondered if anyone has had this problem and how long it took for a responce? To be eligible h�x�69?�6�OՊ�t�`*_�J}vy�s�����4:D�93���hj�zC`'h���J7��2�lrQ.����W�c Ӯ&w��My:Yר���)�|�r�)�?8y�Ϙ�e����qҹ'k�-A�Ɵ�$�N�ჭ�. I have come across this information on another forum. The amount of Maternity Allowance you will receive will depend on your Class 2 National Insurance contributions. So my question is, does anyone know if due to me not being fit to work and having it certificated would still enable me to be eligible for the minimum 26 weeks of NI contributions to enable me to claim MA? The earliest you can get your first payment is 11 weeks before your baby is due. Thank you for your PM alerting me to your thread. Mums-to-be could claim maternity allowance of nearly £150-a-week - even if they are unemployed You can start your claim from the 26th week of … Maternity Allowance if you’re self-employed Just a quick question, if your sending off payslips for maternity allowance, can the payslips be ones which include holiday hours? Wendy. Employer 1 . If you need a bit more help and support, please contact SSAFA or your local CAB , either of us can help you. If one parent earns £50k, child benefit starts to taper off, if that parent earns £60k then you get nothing. Please see page 9 of the Notes sheet and enclose the payslips for those 13 weeks. Kim - I think you need to start a new thread as the query your asking about is totally different to what the OP has asked. Im planning to point all of the above out on my claim form which im submitting this week, but just wondered if anyone else has been/or is in, the same situation and could offer some much needed advice? Knew it was somewhere near that amount :), https://www.netmums.com/coffeehouse/money-advice-1127/benefits-entitlements-267/800124-new-mum-maternity-allowance-help.html#post12237960, Maternity allowance and sure start maternity grant, Can you work, whilst claiming maternity allowance. We can check your benefit entitlement and make sure you are getting all that you are entitled to. Im in the process of claiming for Maternity Allowance, and having read the rules and eligibility criteria i have worked out that i have only worked 24/25 weeks of the 66 week test period prior to my due date (14.10.12). So i now have forms for maternity allowance and i am so confused. In a row. As long as you have been paying class 2 NI for 13 weeks in the 66 week test period, then you will receive the full MA alowance for up to 39 weeks 2. The test period is the 66 weeks up to and including the week before the week your baby is due. I was on maternity leave from Dec '07 to Dec '08 2. Self-employed women may also get Maternity Allowance. As in the number for the benefit office who will be dealing with it? Find the week that includes your expected date of 2. If one parent earns £50k, child benefit starts to taper off, if that parent earns £60k then you get nothing. I @purplefig No - This is how to do it: 1. I just wondered if anyone is in the same boat as me or knows how this works from previous experience because no one at DWP or NI have been very clear! I am self employed but had a small earnings exemption certificate up until last week. They can then tell you exactly what to do though it might be that they have to see your form first. You will get the full amount of maternity allowance if you have paid enough national insurance (NI) contributions. So as long as you have been registered for 26 weeks during the 66 week test period you will be fine. Carer's Allowance Call 0800 587 0912 Email dcs.incomingpostteamdhc2@nissa.gsi.gov.uk Discretionary support / Short-term benefit advance Call 0800 587 2750 Email customerservice.unit@communities-ni.gov.uk Call 0800 587 Even though you are not physically living together, it's most likely you would be considered a couple and he would be expected to have some financial responsibility for you and the baby. Me and my partner do live together, in private rented accomodation and his wages will be supporting us while he is away. Maternity Allowance Table to work out your Test Period How to use the table to work out your Test Period 1. If you have a problem whilst he is away, the Army will have a families liason officer to help - however I think you will find the other Mums and girlfriends can offer more support. You don't have to provide proof of earnings as they take it that you are earning the minimum due to paying the class 2 NI To qualify, you must have paid NI for at … The Direct Gov site says, The Direct Gov site says, "You may be eligible if you've been employed and/or self-employed for at least 26 weeks in your 'test period' (66 weeks up to and including the week before the week your baby is due). So as long as you have been registered for 26 weeks during the 66 week test period you will be fine. - Does the full 66 week test period need to have Class 2 NI paid on it or is it just for a period within the test period and However you can have both parents on an income of £49k each and still continue to get it I think which seems absurd but is the way it currently works. It will help a lot if you can try to contact some of them and get together a bit while he is away. Write down these dates in Part C2 of the Maternity Allowance claim form. So I'm trying to work out now whether I'll be eligible for Maternity Allowance IF I decided not to work at all before the birth. If you get paid monthly you send in 4 pay slips (13 if you got paid weekly). Ring the call centre that deals with maternity allowance. Hi, I am registered self employed and, being pregnant, have recently sent back my National Insurance Small Earnings Exemption Certificate as i wish to start paying National Insurance class 2, as not doing so seriously affects the amount of Maternity Allowance i am entitled to … Driving me bonkers! I still sent in payslips for the months I was employed so should be interesting to … It’s tax-free and paid every two or four weeks. Hello Hayley, Your claim to Maternity Allowance (MA) will be decided on the work you have … This will depend on your National Insurance (NI) contributions in recent years. I think that's correct anyway, we have no chance of either of us ever getting close to earning 50k so doesn't apply to us ! OP - I found the maternity allowance section always answered the phone quickly and we're happy to give advise on claims so I would give them a call. Just unsure wether or not they will accept payslips which are from weeks when I received holiday pay/ basic pay and holiday pay. It does not matter if these weeks are split up or if they are not all for the same employer. Make sure your OH leaves you all the phone numbers you need before he goes, and makes sure he has updated his paperwork so they have your details. 2021 Test Period Tables The week that includes The first and last day The week that includes The first and last day your expected date of of your 66 weeks Test your expected date of of your 66 weeks Test confinement. If she's going to claim it as self employed then she needs to have paid 13 class 2 NI contributions over the test period which is the 56 weeks before the baby is due I think. Hi Hayley I am also new, I have been looking for advice too, I think I may need to start a new thread. Just wondering if anyone could help. Maternity Allowance (MA) is a benefit for women who are working, or have worked recently, but who do not qualify for Statutory Maternity Pay. Ps everyone gets Child benefit if wages under £60k combined (think that's the cut off! I think that's correct anyway, we have no chance of either of us ever getting close to earning 50k so doesn't apply to us ! I sent them a cheque and a letter stating to use the payment specifically for contributions during my test period. Aimee B(130) Posted on 26-10-2015 at 2.51PM ... An 80 minute phone call to HMRC - told to write requesting a national insurance bill, pay bill, claim maternity allowance based on self employment, told this can take around 6 weeks to get a bill. You can start your claim from the 26 th week of your pregnancy. Page 2. - Page 2 We need you to choose 13 weeks worth of payslips from within your Test Period that you worked out in section b of Part 3, so we can work out how much Maternity Allowance you can get. You Then you can work out what you were doing at that time. I have 14 weeks left of my test period to make NI contributions. Providing you have paid at least 13 weeks' Class 2 NICs in your 66 test period, either through your Self-Assessment or earlier through the exceptions process, you are entitled to standard rate Maternity Allowance of £148.68 pw. Hope you get sorted :), https://www.netmums.com/coffeehouse/money-advice-1127/benefits-entitlements-267/800124-new-mum-maternity-allowance-help.html#post12237906. You cannot claim more than 14 weeks before the week in which you expect your baby. Payments can start 11 weeks before your baby is due. Test period for Maternity allowance? Im in the process of claiming for Maternity Allowance, and having read the rules and eligibility criteria i have worked out that i have only worked 24/25 weeks of the 66 week test period prior to my due date (14.10.12). I'm in the process of applying for maternity allowance as I'll be taking a break from my business for at least 3 months when baby comes. Anyone know? Please see page 9of the Notes sheetand enclose the payslips for those 13 weeks. —(1) The specified period for the purposes of section 35A(4) and (5) of the Contributions and Benefits Act shall, subject to paragraph (2), be the period of 13 consecutive weeks falling within the test period in respect of which a woman’s average weekly earnings determined in … Im in the process of claiming for Maternity Allowance, and having read the rules and eligibility criteria i have worked out that i have only worked 24/25 weeks of the 66 week test period prior to my due date (14.10.12). Posted 11/09/2016. It all counted and I just sent in my 4 highest payslips within the timescale. I worked casual hours. A got a letter saying i wasnt entitled too the maternity grant because i wasnt reciveing the income suport just was recieving job seekers and too ring back when a was getting income surport so a rang back today and he said they would take another look at my claim just wondered if anyone has had this problem and how long it took for a responce? One week I did one shift, the next none and the next I may have done 5. Any money you get can affect your other benefits. The number is 0845 608 8610. We need you to choose 13 weeks worth of payslips from within your Test Period that you worked out in section b of Part 3, so we can work out how much Maternity Allowance you can get. You will definately get child benefit of approx £20 a week. I think Jesse's comment is useful if anyone has been self-employed, but I am not clear that this applies to your situation. Maternity Allowance is paid for up to 39 weeks. If you qualify for it, Maternity Allowance is paid by Jobcentre Plus directly to you. Thank you for all the advice Thanks in advance :) x, https://www.netmums.com/coffeehouse/money-advice-1127/benefits-entitlements-267/800124-new-mum-maternity-allowance-help.html#post8070944. Name and address of employer Ring the call centre that deals with maternity allowance. Updated the English versions of the Maternity Allowance claim form with new test period tables covering 2018 to 2019. Maternity Allowance HELP Test Period? You do not have to be physically working to claim you just have to have been registered as self employed with HMRC. Welcome to Netmums :hiya: It won’t affect your tax credits but could affect how much you get in universal credit, jobseekers allowance, housing benefit and council tax reduction. … Perhaps the rules will change soon . standard rate of Maternity Allowance or 90% of your average weekly earnings if this calculation results in a figure which is less than the standard rate of Maternity Allowance. Part 4 About your employed earnings . You must have been employed or self-employed for at least 26 weeks of the test period (66 weeks up to and including the week before your baby is due). Wendy, i havent been self-employed, but have been employed for 25 weeks out of the required 26 weeks within the test period. To get MA your earnings, on average, must be at least equal to the Maternity Allowance Threshold (MAT) which applies at the beginning of your test period. My partner is heading out to afghanistan (he is a serving soldier) in less than 2 weeks and im struck with worry about what kind of money im going to be entitled to to keep our little families head above water while hes deployed. Try not to divulge to much to them as I'm sure they will try and do everything in there power to be as awkward as possible otherwise! Due to him working and earning were not entitled to any benefits at the moment, apart from my maternity benefits, and i am currently claiming ESA whilst i am signed off sick, which will terminate once i apply for maternity allowance. Kim - I think you need to start a new thread as the query your asking about is totally different to what the OP has asked. You could get Maternity Allowance for 14 weeks if for at least 26 weeks in the 66 weeks before your baby is due: you’re married or in a civil partnership. Single mum on benefits, can't afford to live. Mines an interesting one as I was still employed for 2 months at the start of my test period (but on mat leave from baby number 1) and registered as self employed the following month. Would you happen to know, once the baby is born, wether we would be entitled to working tax credits as he doesnt earn more than £20k and i would still be on maternity leave. Please tell us below about your employer or employers during your Test Period. I'll give them a call tomorrow and see what they say, but i just wondered if anyone else had any info or been in the same situation. However if you estimate your 2015-16 income, it may be less than £26k because you will be on mat leave, so you may be eligible. The cut off for tax credits with one child is around £26k, that is without childcare costs. I am unemployed at the moment as i had to leave my previous job over a month ago due to pregnancy complications, so i wont get SMP, but was just wondering if i would still be entitled to maternity allowance seeing as i have worked 25 weeks and have been signed off sick by my doctor since, which should mean im still paying NI contributions and hopefully would make me eligable for the extra week required..? Find the week that includes your expected date of 2. Talk to other parents about benefits and entitlements, whether you have questions about Universal Credit, Personal Independence Payment (PIP) applications, maintenance payments or tax credits. The number is 0845 608 8610. Your maternity certificate (form MATB1) is accepted as evidence of incap… So here goes again. - My test period is from 1/08/10 - 05/11/11 (66 weeks) and my exemption period was from 10/10/10-6/05/11. They are the only people that will understand how you will be feeling. 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