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Personal finance Video The Globe and Mail Editorial cartoon There is, in fact, a stronger association between father and son earnings in more unequal countries, such as the United States and Britain, than in many other countries, including Canada.
The two three-year-olds and one-year-old have all been put forward along with their mothers to fight a test case at the High Court. All three families live in London and say the high cost of living in the capital means the benefit cap could leave
Parents earning over 50,000 who have not opted out of child benefit could face a massive tax bill including a fine Up to 350,000 better-off parents who have not opted out of Child Benefit could be landed with a bill for hundreds of pounds in
Iain Duncan Smith has dismissed a highly critical report on his overhaul of the welfare system, insisting it will come in "on time and in budget". The National Audit Office found the universal credit project had been badly managed and provided poor
Charlie , Scotland, United Kingdom, 19/8/2013 15:52 Click to rate Rating (0) If you stay at home why would you need support for childcare??
Tax credit claimants are being reminded by tax officials that an annual deadline is approaching for them to renew their claim...Tax credit renewal packs have been sent to 5.8 million people since April...Tax credits are aimed at helping low-income
A massive shake-up in the UK benefits system starts on Monday, with the first claims being made for a new universal credit payment. Universal credit will merge several benefits and tax credits into one monthly payout. It begins with a very small
Working families would have to earn more than 41,000 a year to get the same as many living on state benefits if the Labour Party was in charge of the welfare system, the Tories claimed last night. The Government's benefit cap introduced yesterday
Iain Duncan Smith's Universal Credit welfare revolution from the chop, The Sun can reveal. Treasury officials have repeatedly tried to scrap the sweeping benefits overhaul or delay it until after the 2015 election. Chancellor George Osborne and his
Working families with low incomes have earned the Earned Income Tax Credit, and the Oregon legislature should act quickly to make sure they keep it. Many Oregonians toil in jobs that pay too little, so they struggle to make ends meet...Oregonians