Universal Credit penalty for self-employed, says Citizens Advice

Universal Credit penalty for self-employed, says Citizens Advice
 

Self-employed workers on Universal Credit could receive far less than employees earning the same amount, a charity has claimed.
Citizens Advice claimed that a bad month of self-employment income would not be rescued by the new benefit.
It suggested a self-employed worker earning £9,750 a year would be £630 worse off under Universal Credit than an employee in the same circumstances.
The government said the system encouraged them to grow their business.
'Loophole' Universal credit is a new benefit for working-age people, replacing six benefits and merging them into one payment. They include... read more

 
12 April 2018 in Business, Views: 175
Source: BBC
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