Universal Credit is a benefit you can claim if you’re on a low income or unemployed.
“It might be worth claiming Universal Credit if:
you’re struggling to pay the bills
you’ve lost your job and have no income
- your income has dropped but you’re still working
you have a disability or illness that stops you working
you have childcare costs
you’re caring for someone
If you already get other benefits, you might have to move to Universal Credit instead.
There’s no set level of income where you stop being eligible for Universal Credit – it depends on your situation.
Read our advice to check if you can get Universal Credit. If you’re still not sure, you can talk to an adviser (contact details below).”
Click here to check if you’re eligible at our national website.
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