Backdating housing benefit pensioners

And for too long, the government has addressed low pay by subsidising it through the tax credit system, instead of delivering lower business taxes and asking business to pay higher wages.This Budget sets out the action the government will take to: The government’s long-term economic plan has laid the foundations for a stronger economy, and the UK’s recovery is now well established.Just tell us the date that you would like us to consider backdating from.If you are of working age we can only backdate your benefit if you: 'Some fact which, having regard to all the circumstances (including the claimant's state of health and the information which he/she had received and that which he/she might have obtained), would probably have caused a reasonable person of his/her age and experience to act (or fail to act) as the claimant did.' There is a form for you to do this at the bottom of this page.To view this licence, visit uk/doc/open-government-licence/version/3 or write to the Information Policy Team, The National Archives, Kew, London TW9 4DU, or email: [email protected] we have identified any third party copyright information you will need to obtain permission from the copyright holders concerned.It delivers on the promises on which the government was elected.Since 2010, the government has pursued a long-term economic plan that has halved the deficit as a share of economy in 2014, employment has reached record levels, and wages are rising above inflation. At 4.9%, the deficit remains too high, and productivity remains too low.

Or you can ask for the decision to be reviewed by HM Courts & Tribunals Service, an organisation independent of the Council.To achieve the surplus in 2019-20 the government will undertake around £37 billion of further consolidation measures.This Budget sets out around £17 billion of measures that will reduce the deficit, including £12 billion by 2019-20 from welfare reform and £5 billion by 2019-20 from tackling tax avoidance and tax planning, evasion and compliance, and imbalances in the tax system.As a result of this plan, a surplus will be achieved in 2019-20, and debt as a share of in that year is forecast to be lower than expected at March Budget 2015.