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Universal Credit is a new benefit to support you if you're working and on a low
income or you're out of work. This page explains how Universal Credit is different
Universal Credit is gradually replacing Employment and Support Allowance (ESA
) as the main benefit to claim if you can't work because of sickness or disability.
Universal Credit is normally paid as a single monthly payment, which may
include a 'housing costs' element – a contribution towards your rent or mortgage.
Some benefits and tax credits are being replaced by Universal Credit. This page
tells you more about how Universal Credit is different from the benefits you ...
This page tells you more about claiming Universal Credit if you're self-employed.
If you're self-employed and already claiming certain benefits like Tax Credits or ...
Money Manager is designed just for people on Universal Credit. ... use it whether
you're making a new claim or moving to Universal Credit from existing benefits.
If you live as a couple and you claim Universal Credit, you'll get a single monthly
payment for your household so you might need to make some changes to the ...
Get ready for the new single monthly payment which has started to replace six
If you're a landlord with tenants on Housing Benefit here's what we think you
might need to know about Universal Credit.
Some tenants being moved onto Universal Credit will not be used to managing
their own rent payments. And it might even be the first time they've used a bank ...
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