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Welfare Benefits And Tax Credits Handbook 2018 2019

Author : CPAG
ISBN : 1910715360
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Welfare Benefits And Tax Credits Handbook

Author : CPAG
ISBN : 1906076952
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Welfare Benefits And Tax Credits Handbook 2009 2010

Author : Carolyn George
ISBN : 1906076359
Genre : Public welfare
File Size : 67. 92 MB
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This annual handbook provides comprehensive coverage of all social security benefits and the tax credits scheme. It is fully indexed and cross-referenced throughout to the relevant legislation.

Welfare Benefits And Tax Credits Handbook 2014 15

Author : Child Poverty Action Group
ISBN : 1906076855
Genre : Public welfare
File Size : 59. 37 MB
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Sixteenth edition. This comprehensive practical guide to welfare benefits in the UK, including tax credits, is updated annually and cross-referenced to law and regulations. This edition includes advance information on the new universal credit and personal independence payment. The book is fully indexed and cross-referenced throughout to the relevant legislation. It covers England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Welfare Benefits And Tax Credits Handbook 2016 2017

Author : Carolyn George
ISBN : 1910715077
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Author : Colin Crouch
ISBN : 9783518785300
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 44. 49 MB
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"Postdemokratie": Dieser Begriff des Politikwissenschaftlers Colin Crouch wurde nach dem Erscheinen der Originalausgabe seines Buches zum Kristallisationspunkt der Debatte um Politikverdrossenheit, Sozialabbau und Privatisierung. Crouch hat dabei ein politisches System im Auge, dessen demokratische Institutionen zwar weiterhin formal existieren, das von Bürgern und Politikern aber nicht länger mit Leben gefüllt wird. Der polemische Essay, der in Italien und Großbritannien bereits als Klassiker der Gegenwartsdiagnose gilt, liegt nun endlich auch in deutscher Übersetzung vor.

A Generation Of Change A Lifetime Of Difference

Author : Evans, Martin
ISBN : 1847423043
Genre : Political Science
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This innovative book addresses the historical development of social and fiscal policies from the late 1970s to the present day by asking what has changed, how these changes have affected the lifecourse and what the potential lifetime impacts of policy change are. This book provides an overview of the development of policy change over the period and uses an innovative and unique lifetime approach from the cradle to the grave to put it into perspective. The authors begin by reviewing the political changes and policy story since the 1970s and demonstrate the economic and social changes that have occurred alongside. The book then takes an innovative approach in looking at specific programmes about crucial aspects of the lifecycle - from maternity and childhood, through to adult events and risks before finally looking at retirement, survivorship and death. Finally, profiles of three hypothetical families - the Meades, who are median earners, the Moores, high earners and the Lowes who are low paid - are developed for 1979, 1997 and 2008 to provide a comprehensive discussion of policy change and make innovative insights for the future. This is the first book to join up the history of policy direction with an analysis of outcomes over the whole period. It will therefore be ideal for students of social policy and attract a wide readership interested in pensions, children's support and related issues.

Practising Welfare Rights

Author : Neil Bateman
ISBN : 9781134243228
Genre : Political Science
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Practising Welfare Rights aims to improve awareness among people working in social work and advice agencies about the skills required for effective welfare rights work, and offers guidance for managers and other professionals about how to develop a welfare rights service. Written by a well-known author, trainer and adviser on welfare rights issues, this book includes: learning objectives activities to test understanding illustrative case studies. It also covers core welfare rights skills, such as interviewing, legal research, negotiation and advocacy, and discusses the historical, social and economic forces which have shaped welfare rights practice as well as the politics of welfare. An accessible book which highlights the place of welfare rights practice in modern society.

Tax Credits Handbook 2012 2013

Author : Victoria Todd
ISBN : 9781907444036
Genre : Business & Economics
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In the UK, the current tax year of 2012/2013 is an important one for tax credits claimants and their advisers. Since an emergency Budget in June 2010, the UK's Coalition Government have made a series of announcements affecting not only the rates and thresholds, but also working hours, income rules, time limits, and entitlements. New areas of complexity have entered an already complex system, with the potential to trip up claimants, advisers, and Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) officials alike. Meanwhile, stories in the press and media have often obfuscated rather than enlightened. HMRC's compliance activities have stepped up a grade, and with revenues to protect and budgetary constraints to cope with, investigation teams are not always too careful about claimant rights and safeguards. Small businesses that claim a working tax credit are a particular target, as are single claimants and those claiming disability and childcare elements. Against this shifting landscape, plans are going ahead to phase out tax credits over the next five years and introduce the new universal credit gradually from October 2013. Tax Credits Handbook 2012/13 covers the whole of this complex area in depth. Intended principally for UK advisers in tax and welfare rights, but also for officials, academics, and the lay claimant with a wish to understand more about how tax credits work, this book provides detailed commentary and practical guidance on who can claim and how a claim should be made. It describes the award cycle from initial claim to renewal, with detailed examples on how to calculate entitlement and how to deal with changes in income and circumstances through the period of an award. All the elements of working tax credit and child tax credit are examined, including childcare. The vexed question of tax credit overpayments is covered in two chapters - how they arise, how to avoid them, and how to challenge them. There is also commentary on HMRC powers of investigation - examinations, enquiries, and so forth - and claimants' rights, safeguards, and remedies when faced with wrong decisions, including how to conduct appeals, disputes, and complaints. "There are few books available to guide the professional through the maze of legislation underpinning the tax credits regime, so a new book is very welcome. It is written in a clear, concise style, is comprehensive and yet still easy to read. Existing tax credit claimants will need help for a few more years and I recommend this book to anyone working in this field." Taxation Magazine, Volume 170, Issue 4373, October 4, 2012, 18.

Law In Northern Ireland

Author : Brice Dickson
ISBN : 9781509919284
Genre : Law
File Size : 38. 15 MB
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Law in Northern Ireland is the essential textbook for all students of Northern Ireland's legal system. Changes to this new edition – some of them substantial – have been made to every section, taking full account of five years of developments. The book explores the evolution of law-making in Northern Ireland before going on to explain the relevant constitutional arrangements, how to identify and interpret applicable sources of law, and what are the fundamental rules and principles of public law, criminal law and private law, highlighting where appropriate what may be unusual about them. It contextualises the myriad of legal institutions operating in the jurisdiction, sets out how criminal and civil proceedings work in practice and provides useful information on how people become lawyers, what lawyers actually do once they become qualified and how the legal system is funded. The appendices set out some sample sources of law so that readers can familiarise themselves with what is involved in handling legal documents. The language throughout is accessible and there are Tables of Cases and Legislation, as well as a comprehensive index.

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