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Post-War Credits

Volume 640: debated on Wednesday 17 May 1961

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asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will state the average time that is taken to pay post-war credits in cases where applications are accepted by the Treasury.

Post-war credit claims are made to, and paid by, inspectors of taxes. Straightforward claims are often paid within a week of receipt, but sometimes inquiries are necessary which occupy some time.