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universal credit - uk

תגובהדורך וואשינגטאן » דינסטאג אוגוסט 21, 2018 10:12 am

וואס גייט עס זיין אנדערש פון יעצט? וועט עס זיין בעסער פאר אחב"י?
איינער וואס פארשטייט צו דעם ווערט געבעטן צו מסביר זיין אויף אידיש מאמע לשון. יישר
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תגובהדורך וואשינגטאן » דינסטאג אוגוסט 21, 2018 10:18 am

What Universal Credit is

Universal Credit is a payment to help with your living costs. It’s paid monthly - or twice a month for some people in Scotland.

This guide is also available in Welsh (Cymraeg).

You may be able to get it if you’re on a low income or out of work.

Whether you can claim Universal Credit depends on where you live and your circumstances.

If you live in Northern Ireland, go to Universal Credit in Northern Ireland.

If you already get benefits
Universal Credit will replace the following benefits:

Child Tax Credit
Housing Benefit
Income Support
income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA)
income-related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
Working Tax Credit
If you currently receive any of these benefits, you cannot claim Universal Credit at the same time.

Universal Credit is being introduced in stages across the UK. You do not need to do anything until you hear from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) about moving to Universal Credit, unless you have a change in circumstances.


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Criticism on Wikipedia

תגובהדורך וואשינגטאן » דינסטאג אוגוסט 21, 2018 10:28 am

universal Credit has been and is subject to many criticisms. Louise Casey fears recipients could become homeless and destitute. According to official figures 24% of new claimants wait over 6 weeks for full payment and many get behind with their rent. Twelve Tory MPs including Heidi Allen wished the rollout delayed. Local Authorities and recipients of Universal Credit feared claimants will become homeless in large numbers.

Stephen Bush in The New Statesman maintained that the group currently in receipt of Universal Credit was unrepresentative, consisting mainly of men under 30 who were more likely to find work as they did not have to juggle work obligations with dependent needs. He also argued that men under 30 were also more likely to be living with parents so delays in payments affected them less. Bush believed that when Universal Credit is extended to older claimants and women with dependents, fewer would get back to work easily and there would be more hardship.

Johnny Mercer said, "Universal credit has the potential to help people out of poverty by removing the disincentives to move into work in the previous system and allowing them to reach their full potential. A modern compassionate Conservative government simply must get it right though. This government can make the system better by smoothing the path from welfare into work with a fresh investment in universal credit in this budget." Mercer backed calls to increase funding for Universal Credit by stopping a plan to cut income tax. Some claimants on Universal Credit feel they cannot get enough to live without resorting to crime. One in five claims for Universal Credit fails because the claimant does not follow the procedure correctly and there are fears this is because the procedure is hard to understand.

Food bank use has increased since Universal Credit started. Delays in providing money force claimants to use food banks, also Universal Credit does not provide enough to cover basic living expenses. Claiming Universal Credit is complex and the system is hard to navigate, many claimants cannot afford internet access and cannot access online help with claiming. A report by the Trussell Trust says, "Rather than acting as a service to ensure people do not face destitution, the evidence suggests that for people on the very lowest incomes … the poor functioning of universal credit can actually push people into a tide of bills, debts and, ultimately, lead them to a food bank. People are falling through the cracks in a system not made to hold them. What little support available is primarily offered by the third sector, whose work is laudable, but cannot be a substitute for a real, nationwide safety net."

The National Audit Office maintains there is no evidence Universal Credit helps people into work and it is unlikely to provide value for money, the system is in many ways unwealdy and inefficient. There are calls for delays and for the system to be fixed before it is rolled out to millions of further claimants. Margaret Greenwood said, “The government is accelerating the rollout in the face of all of the evidence, using human beings as guinea pigs. It must fix the fundamental flaws in universal credit and make sure that vulnerable people are not pushed into poverty because of its policies.”

Whistleblowers maintain the system is badly designed, broken and glitches regularly lead to hardship for claimants. Hardship can involve delays in benefit payment lasting weeks or reduction in payment by hundreds of pounds below what a claimant is entitled to. A whistleblower said, “The IT system on which universal credit is built is so fundamentally broken and poorly designed that it guarantees severe problems with claims.” he maintained the system is too complex and errorprone affecting payments and correction was frequently slow. “In practical terms, it is not working the way it was intended and it is having an actively harmful effect on a huge number of claimants.” Errors and delays add an average of three weeks to the official 35 day wait for a first payment forcing claimants into debt, rent areas and to food banks. Campaigners fear the situation could worsen in 2019 when 3 million claimants are moved to the new system. The Department of Work and Pensions is accused of being defensive and insular. One whistleblower said design problems existed due to failure to understand what claimants need, particularly when they do not have digital skills or internet access. He said, “We are punishing claimants for not understanding a system that is not built with them in mind.”
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תגובהדורך moishy56 » פרייטאג אוקטובער 05, 2018 4:33 am

UNIVERSAL CREDITS האט זיך יעצט אנגעהויבן אין Stamford Hill,
אבער slowly.

נאר געוויסע מענטשן וואס הייבן יעצט אהן צו באקומען benefits וועלן גיין אונטער די universal credit .

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תגובהדורך שלום עליכם אייך » מאנטאג אוקטובער 08, 2018 9:28 am

קען איינער עס מסביר זיין אויף אידיש מאמע לשון?
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תגובהדורך וואשינגטאן » דאנארשטאג אוקטובער 11, 2018 8:27 am

does someone knows whats this all about?
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תגובהדורך moishy56 » דאנארשטאג אוקטובער 11, 2018 8:45 am

וואשינגטאן האט געשריבן:does someone knows whats this all about?

In short
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Instead of dealing with local council for housing benefit
and then dealing with HMRC for tax credits and childcare
We will deal with 1 office for all these benefits
Its called UNIVERSAL CREDITS

Its coming in slowly slowly
Not everyone at once

Will we get more benefits, or less benefits then till now
??
Its hard to know, depends how kids you have and depends how much you earn
So every family is different

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תגובהדורך וואשינגטאן » דאנארשטאג אוקטובער 11, 2018 8:47 am

does every one have to apply? i saw a letter from belsky that its coming into effect?
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תגובהדורך moishy56 » דאנארשטאג אוקטובער 11, 2018 9:32 am

וואשינגטאן האט געשריבן:does every one have to apply? i saw a letter from belsky that its coming into effect?

It came into effect in stamford hill that all NEW APPLICANTS for housing benefits
will go through the UNIVERSAL CREDITS and not through the local council


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