Monthly Archives: January 2013

Benefit Limits and Housing Affordability for Private Tenants

At the time of writing there is a great deal of concern about the impact of bedroom limits on social tenants. In April an under-occupancy penalty, the ‘bedroom tax’, will be imposed on about a third of all working age … Continue reading

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An Apology

… for the delay in updating Benefits After The Act. I’ve finished the modelling but every time it seems about ready the government change something. I’m embedded in more detail on Council Tax interaction with Universal Credit and then I … Continue reading

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New Welfare Reform Training Courses

Another quick advert to let people know that we’ll be criss-crossing Britain during February and March offering a number of courses courses on Welfare Reform. WELFARE REFORM AND MEANS TESTED BENEFITS This course looks at the core means-tested benefits system … Continue reading

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