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The Welfare Reform Bill became law in March 2012 It means benefits are changing

by admin | 16th May 2013

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)

For more information on all of the above, please click here

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