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Tolley's Social Security and State Benefits

Tolley (Verlag)
3. Auflage
Erschienen am 24. August 1998
3000 Seiten
978-0-7545-0822-9 (ISBN)
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Tolley's Social Security and State Benefits consolidates, in one volume, all the information you need to know on this complex subject.

It provides you with a well organised, logically laid out looseleaf, which allows you to find the information you want quickly and easily. With information about jobseekers allowance, income support, pensions, health and medical care and much more, you can be guaranteed to have all the advice and guidance you will ever need at your fingertips.

An essential reference tool for benefit rights officers, DWP departments, personnel managers, accountants, lawyers and franchise clerks.

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Höhe: 260 mm
Breite: 240 mm
2280 gr
978-0-7545-0822-9 (9780754508229)
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Benefits System Update; Contributions; Jobseekers Allowance; Income Support; Means-tested Benefits; Social Fund; Care in the Community - Provision for the Elderly and Handicapped; Housing; Council Tax Benefit; Family Benefits - Bringing up Children; Tax Credits; Child Maintenance; Family Benefits - Death in the Family; Health and Medical Care; Illness and Incapacity; Disabled People; War Pensions; Work Injuries and Diseases; School-leavers; Students; Job Search, Training and Employment; Pensions; Claiming Benefits Abroad; Social Security Claims, Backdating, Overpayments and Challenging Decisions; Secretary of State Decisions, Reviews and Appeals; Community Legal Services, Legal Aid and Criminal Injuries Compensation.

Appendices: Help from Independent Organisations; The Effect of Benefits on an Award of Compensation