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How to fill out the Back to Work Family Dividend Scheme form (BTWFD 1)

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The Back to Work Family Dividend (BTWFD) is a weekly payment for parents who move from social welfare into employment or self-employment. Find out more here.

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Page 1 Annotation 1: If you do not know your PPS number, you should call into your local INTREO or Social Welfare Office.

Page 1 Annotation 2: Visit www.revenue.ie for more information.

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Page 3 Annotation: An example of a change in circumstance would be if you got a new job or lost your job.

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Page 4 Annotation 1: Your spouse means your husband or wife.

Page 6 Annotation 1: A cohabitant is a partner that you live with but are not married to.

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Page 6 Annotation 1: Financial institution means bank or credit union.

Page 6 Annotation 2: You will find your BIC and IBAN numbers on top of your bank statement or online banking.

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Published November 17th, 2016
Last updated February 21st, 2018
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