Child Benefit payments are not affected by any tax credits you get, but other benefits like Housing Benefit are.
If you get tax credits, you may get less:
income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance
income-related Employment and Support Allowance
You cannot get tax credits at the same time as claiming Tax-Free Childcare.
Your tax credits will end if:
you or your partner make a claim for Universal Credit (even if your claim is not approved)
you move in with a partner who has made a claim for Universal Credit
After your tax credits stop, you can only make a new claim for tax credits if you get the severe disability premium (external link) or got it in the past month and are still eligible for it.
You may be able to apply for either of the following instead:
Universal Credit (external link), if you are under State Pension age (or your partner is)
Pension Credit (external link), if you (and your partner) are over State Pension age
Other help you might qualify for
If you get tax credits you might also get help with:
prescriptions and other health-related costs (you can check if you qualify (external link))
vitamins, milk and food if you’re pregnant or have a child under 4
maternity costs - you may get a £500 payment (called a ‘Sure Start Maternity Grant (external link)’)
school costs, including school meals, uniforms, transport and trips
court fees, legal costs and prison visits
home repairs from your council
You may need to prove you get tax credits to receive extra help.
You can show your Tax Credits award notice as proof. If your tax credits are automatically renewed (external link), you can show your TC 603 R form instead.
Call HM Revenue and Customs (external link) if you do not have either of these documents.
How other benefits affect your tax credits
Whether you qualify for tax credits and how much you get depends on your income. Some benefits, including some foreign benefits, count as income (external link).
If you or your child get disability benefits you may get extra tax credits.