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    Inland Revenue has apologised for the confusion caused by a letter sent to Working for Families customers implying their payments would be stopped

    Inland Revenue has apologised for the confusion caused by a letter sent to Working for Families customers implying their payments would be stopped


    It says the letter refers to the previous tax year - and it's reassuring eligible customers that they will continue receiving payments.

    Customers should refer to their most recent Notice of Entitlement for the amount they'll continue being paid.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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