Contribution-based Jobseeker's Allowance is based on your national insurance contribution record.
You can get this even if you have a partner who is in full-time work.
get maximum benefit - which is based on their eligible rent; Housing Benefit: Eligible Rent = Eligible Housing £55 per week A couple have no non-dependants. Their joint weekly income exceeds their applicable amount by £20.00. Claimants with excess income get maximum benefit minus a percentage of their excess income; Housing Benefit: Eligible Rent = £50.00 Minus 65% Of Excess Income (65% X £20.00) = £13.00 Equals Weekly Housing Benefit = £37.00 Further information on benefits is available at the Department for Work and Pensions Website to visit.
Housing Benefit is paid every four weeks, in most cases 4 weeks in arrears.
How long it takes to work out your claim depends on how quickly you send in all the information and how busy we are when you make your claim.
If you are making a new claim for benefit our aim to assess your entitlement within 24 days, sooner if you supply all the supporting evidence.
UK) Please note - If you're a new single jobseeker, you may need to claim Universal Credit instead of Jobseeker's Allowance.
Campaigners tell me, however, many disabled people say they won’t apply for JSA due to the fear that doing so will be interpreted by the DWP as evidence they are indeed fit for work.Housing Benefit is paid to the tenant unless circumstances allow Housing Benefit be paid to the landlord.Payment is made by BACS directly into your bank account .The second part of the medical test determines which group you will be put into.
ESA has two groups: you will be placed into one of two groups - a support group or a work-related activity group - based on the results of the second test.
ESA replaced Incapacity Benefit and Income Support (paid on the basis of incapacity for work) for new claimants on 27 October 2008.