Eldest £20.50 other children £13.55
Subject to a tax charge if either spouse or partner has income in excess of £50,000 pa
|You can get a weekly rate of either £138.18 or 90% of your average weekly
earnings before tax (whichever is lower).Maternity Allowance is paid every 2 or 4 weeks for up to 39 weeks.You can claim Maternity Allowance as soon as you’ve been pregnant for 26 weeks. Payments can start 11 weeks before your baby is due.
Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
Is paid every 4 weeks. It’s tax free and can be paid if you’re in or out of work.
It is made up of 2 components (parts). Whether you get 1 or both of these depends on how your condition affects you.
Daily living component
|To qualify you must be aged between 16 – 64 and have difficulties with daily living and mobility. Full details available from www.Gov.co.uk|
|Carers Allowance £61.35 per week
Basic State Pension
Based on own or late spouse’s NI contributions £113.10
Based on Spouse’s NI contributions £67.89
|All amounts are weekly. Benefit may change subject to personal circumstances and existing savings.|
|Job Seekers Allowance There are 2 types of Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA). Jobcentre Plus will work out which type you’ll get and how much you’ll be paid.
You get this if you’ve paid enough National Insurance contributions (NICs) as an employee.
You get this if you’ve not paid enough National Insurance as an employee and you’re on a low income.
|Information correct as at 16 May 2014|
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