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Child benefit and Co.: In 2023 there will be money from the state for families

2023-01-09T16:06:57.062Z


Child benefit and Co.: In 2023 there will be money from the state for families Created: 2023-01-09 16:54 By: Lisa Mayerhofer The government has decided on numerous reliefs for families for 2023. (Iconic image) © Annette Riedl/dpa The federal government has decided on numerous reliefs for families for 2023. Our overview shows in which areas there will be more money from January. Munich – In th


Child benefit and Co.: In 2023 there will be money from the state for families

Created: 2023-01-09 16:54

By: Lisa Mayerhofer

The government has decided on numerous reliefs for families for 2023.

(Iconic image) © Annette Riedl/dpa

The federal government has decided on numerous reliefs for families for 2023.

Our overview shows in which areas there will be more money from January.

Munich – In the past year, the prices for energy and food have risen rapidly – ​​and in all likelihood will not fall again any time soon.

The government has therefore decided on numerous relief measures for families, which should at least cushion the increased cost of living.

An overview shows the areas in which there will be more money for families from 2023:

child support

Child benefit increases at the turn of the year.

From January 1st there will be a standard fee of 250 euros per month and child.

That means a plus of 31 euros for the first and second child and a plus of 25 euros per month for the third child.

The traffic light coalition wants to relieve families because of the high prices.

child allowance

The child allowance, from which families with higher incomes benefit, and the tax-deductible maximum maintenance amount will also be increased.

Retroactive to January 1, 2022, the child allowance increases by 160 euros to 8,548 euros.

At the turn of the year it will be raised by a further EUR 404 to EUR 8,952.

child supplement

The child supplement will also be increased again after it had already risen to 229 euros per child and month on July 1, 2022.

It is available to low-income families and amounts to EUR 250 per month from January 1, 2023, until the introduction of basic child security.

The basic child security should come in the course of 2023.

single parent

There are also reliefs for single parents: the amount of tax relief will be increased by EUR 252 to EUR 4,260 per year.

The maintenance advance has also increased: since January 1, it has been up to EUR 187 per month for children up to five years of age, up to EUR 252 for children aged six to eleven and a maximum of EUR 338 per month for children aged 12 to 17.

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citizen money

For families who receive citizen money, there are higher standard rates for children.

Depending on their age, they increase by 33 to 44 euros per month: children aged 14 to 17 receive 420 euros (previously 376 euros).

The rate increases to EUR 348 (previously EUR 311) for children aged 6 to 13 and to EUR 318 (previously EUR 285) for small children up to five years of age.

In addition, there are other reliefs that can also help families: These include the introduction of the electricity and gas price brake and the increase and expansion of housing benefit.

With material from AFP.

Source: merkur

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