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    Benefit rates from April 2014

    The proposed benefit and pension rates for 2014 to 2015 have been published online and can be viewed by following the link below.
    Most increases will take place in the first full week of the tax year, which will be the week beginning 7 April 2014.

    Download the Proposed benefit and pension rates 2014 to 2015 from the Government website:
    https://www.gov.uk/government/upload...es_2014-15.pdf

    A whole £1.50 more for HRM and £2.15 for HRC, viw more increases on the pdf.
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    Thanks for the link Paul.
    I suppose any rise, albeit a small one, is better than none at all.
    It would be better if the rises were in line with the cost of living though, wishful thinking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by babyblu64 View Post
    Thanks for the link Paul.
    I suppose any rise, albeit a small one, is better than none at all.
    It would be better if the rises were in line with the cost of living though, wishful thinking.
    Osbourne wants to peg rises in line with average wage rises for the future if he can get enough support and only if re-elected.. Now if they based it on the % wage rises of a tiny minority that could result in a decent increase, but they won't.

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    so we definitely ain't going to be getting 11%

    working or not just managed here best i can never got any good rises so got used to it, think i will apply to be an M.P

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