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Backdating pension contributions Where you contribute to an employer pension plan or a PRSA or a personal pension, outside of payroll, after the end of the income tax year, but before the 31st October of the following year, you can backdate these contributions against the previous tax year.

For example, if you contribute to a pension (not through payroll) in say July 2016, you have the option of claiming tax relief for that payment against your 2015 taxable income.

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Housing benefit and/or council tax support can be considered for backdating up to one month (this changed in April 2016).

You will need to submit your request for a backdate in writing and show that you had continuous 'good cause' for failing to make an earlier claim.

You can request backdated benefit on the benefit claim form or via a letter.

'Good cause' is something that prevented you from being able to make your claim at the right time.

Unfortunately, 'not knowing' that you could have made a claim is not, by itself, a good enough reason to allow backdating.

Examples of 'good cause' could be that: We do look at each case individually but can only make a decision based on the information you give to us, so it is important that you give us as much information as you can to support your request for backdating.Based on the information you have provided, we will decide whether or not we are able to backdate your benefit.When we have made the decision we will write to you.If we refuse your request, you can submit an appeal against our decision in writing, which must be made within one calendar month of the date of the decision being made for a housing benefit appeal.There is no time limit in which to submit a council tax support appeal.If you claim housing benefit and/or council tax support we must consider your claim from any period in the three months before the day the claim is actually received.

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