Monthly Archives: March 2012

Leaked Tax Allowance Rise?

I see that the suggestion is that in todays’ budget there will be, at some point, an increase in the personal tax allowance to £9,205. That’s worth an extra £305 in net income – £5.86 a week. The problem is, … Continue reading

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Future Benefits Model (FFBM) Case Library – help needed

A little more detail on what I’m trying to do. As the real detail starts to appear about the new system(s) I want to add to our existing range of assessments in the FFBM some more human examples. As well … Continue reading

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Royal Assent tomorrow

The Parliament website shows Royal Assent for the Welfare Reform Bill is expected tomorrow, the 8th of March.

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Welfare after the Act

I’m soon going to have to change the subhead of the blog, when Royal Assent is given, but it means that I’m now going to start the really detailed work. As the draft and final regulations appear, I’ll be building … Continue reading

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