The Welfare Reform Bill became law in March 2012 It means benefits are changing
The Welfare Reform Bill became law in March 2012. It means benefits are changing
1. Universal Credit – The introduction of a new single benefit, called
Universal Credit, which will replace all means tested benefits.
2. Cap on Benefits – A cap on the total benefits paid to out of work
households based on the average wage of in work households.
3. Under Occupancy (Bedroom tax)
4. Non-dependant deductions
5. Personal Independence Payment
6. Council Tax Reduction
7. Welfare Assistance (Social Fund)
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