Armed Forces Childcare Voucher Scheme

Childcare vouchers are a government initiative designed to help working parents pay for childcare.

You can convert up to £243 of your salary into vouchers before your usual tax and National Insurance contributions are taken. This means that you only have to pay the tax and NI on what’s left, saving you up to £1,195 per year.

What’s even better is that both parents can take advantage of the scheme, so you could make a joint saving of up to £2,390 per family!

You will receive your childcare vouchers in line with your monthly pay. You can choose to receive paper vouchers at your correspondence address, or e-vouchers, which are by far the most popular choice and allow you to go online and make direct payments into your carer’s bank account.

Childcare vouchers can be used to pay any Ofsted (or equivalent) registered carer, which can include nurseries, childminders, nannies, play schemes, out-of-hours school clubs and holiday camps, as well as the boarding element of most boarding schools.

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