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Universal Credit is a single payment for working age people and replaces Income Support, income based Jobseeker’s Allowance, income related Employment and Support Allowance, Housing Benefit, Tax Credits and Budgeting Loans.
To claim Universal Credit you will need to: If you have a partner you will make a joint claim for Universal Credit.
The Government will add up the amount of money you get from Housing Benefit, Income Support, Jobseeker’s Allowance, Employment and Support Allowance, Child Tax Credits, Child Benefit, and Carer’s Allowance.
If the total comes to more than the maximum amount allowed, your Housing Benefit payments will be reduced.
Universal Credit is paid once every calendar month in arrears.
If you have a child who cannot share a bedroom with a brother or sister you should contact your GP, Social Work or Support Worker and ask for evidence to support your claim.
Your housing costs will be included in your payment and will only be paid to your landlord if you specifically ask (after your first payment has been made, Scotland only) or by the landlord asking for a Managed Payment to Landlord in certain circumstances.
You will be expected to manage your claim online and must report any changes in your circumstances through your online journal.
If you did not get a letter and you think the under-occupation rules apply to you please contact either the Scottish Borders Council or our Financial Inclusion Team immediately.
From late summer 2013, there will be a cap on the amount of benefits you can receive.