Im 19 and work 16 hours a week, im single and do not have a disability, what can I claim? 1 answer below » Im 19 and work 16 hours a week, im single and do not have a disability, what can I claim? Jun 23 2015 10:05 AM. 1 Approved Answer. Cecilia
Unless you satisfy any of the special conditions below, you will need to be over 25 years old and will need to work at least 30 hours per week, If you are single and are responsible for a child or qualifying young person, you will need to be over 16 years old and will need to work at least 16 hours per week.
The benefits you are entitled to will depend on your circumstances (your age, the number of hours you work and how much you earn). If you are working less than 16 hours a week and have made enough national insurance contributions, you may be able to claim New Style Jobseekers Allowance. Related information. Apprenticeships and Benefits
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a. One member is working 24 hours or more a week, or b. Both members are working and between them work a total of 24 hours or more a week, as long as one is working 16 hrs or more a week, or c. One member is working 16 hours or more a week and the other is incapacitated (for more information see HMRCs guidance on the meaning of incapacitated
Working Tax Credit counts as income when working out your entitlement to most other means-tested benefits. You can’t claim Working Tax Credit if you’re getting Universal Credit. Applies to: England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Age rules: You must be 16 or over, but in some circumstances you must be 25 or over. Type of benefit
Benefits and tax credits if you work 16 hours a week or more. This factsheet gives an overview of the help available for single parents who work 16 hours a week or more. It covers help with rent, tax credits and other sources of financial help.
if you are aged 60 or over, you need to do paid work of at least 16 hours a week; To qualify for working tax credit if you are part of a couple and you are responsible for children, you must work at least 24 hours a week between the two of you. This is in addition to the existing rule that either you or your partner must be working at least 16