In addition to the above, your ‘equivalised’ weekly income, after housing costs, must be less than £295. Equivalised income is actual money income which is adjusted to reflect the size of a household. For example an income of £200 is worth more to a single person than it would be to a family with 3 children. We’ll work out your equivalised income based on the details you supply.
There are 3 bands of reductions:
- 50% reduction if the weekly equivalised income is less than £170
- 25% reduction if the weekly equivalised income is less than £235
- 15% reduction if the weekly equivalised income is less than £295
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