2013 is a landmark year in welfare reform. Simon Osborne outlines the main changes.
Do acts speak louder than words? Edward Graham gives a round-up of the changes on their way.
Angela Toal examines the changes to welfare benefits and tax credits announced in the Government’s Spending Review in October 2010.
Martin Williams considers the tactics available to advisers to combat delays in the administration of benefits and tax credits.
Judith Paterson looks at changes to housing benefit (HB) and council tax benefit (CTB) applicable amounts for employment and support allowance (ESA) claimants and considers some better-off issues.
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David Simmons examines the barriers to accessing means-tested benefits for full-time students who have to interrupt their studies because of pregnancy.
Sarah Clarke examines recent guidance and case law relating to the national insurance number (NINO) requirement for housing and council tax benefit (HB and CTB).
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