1 2014/15 Council Tax Support and Housing Benefit Claim Form Don t delay - claim today! Please return this form as quickly as possible, even if you do not have everything we ask for, to make sure that you do not lose any benefit. can send the rest to us later. Filling in the form Use blue or black ink to fill in the form. Do not use pencil. If you make a mistake, just cross it out and put the right answer next to it. Do not use correction fluid or tape. Please initial any alterations. Answer or questions by ticking the relevant box. If you are picking an answer from a list of answers, put a tick in the relevant box. If you do not answer a question we will have to send the form back, and this will delay the claim. If someone else fills in the form for you, there is a declaration for them to sign in Part 16. must sign Part 16 as well. r award will normally start from the Monday after we receive the form. In the form, we ask for proof of your income and capital. If you don t yet have all the proof we need, send the form in now and send the proof later. have one month from the date we receive the form to send in the proof. must tell us immediately if your circumstances change. See page 2 for a list of changes that may affect your claim. How to contact us in writing: Benefit Section, Dacorum Borough Council, Civic Centre, Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead, Herts. HP1 1HH. Or in person by visiting the Customer Service Centre at the Civic Centre: Monday to Thursday 8.45am pm, Friday 8.45am pm. Phone: and ask for Benefits If you cannot get out easily and need help filling in the form, we can come out and help you. Please contact us on the number above. For office use only Date of issue Date Received Issued by
2 tes for filling in the claim form About this form This Council Tax Support and Housing Benefit claim form has been specially designed to be easy to fill in. It is long, but we have to ask a lot of questions to make sure that everyone who claims gets the right amount of award. may not have to fill in all parts of the form, but you must fill in any part that is relevant to you. Every part starts with a question to help you decide if you need to fill in that part. Second Adult Rebate Second Adult Rebate is Council Tax Support you can get if you are a pensioner, share your home with someone who is not your partner, is on a low income, is 18 or over, and does not pay you rent. If you are claiming Second Adult Rebate, only fill in Parts 1, 3, 13 and 15. Evidence We need to see evidence of some of the things you tell us about. The checklist at the end of the form will help you. If you are not sure if we need to see evidence of something, get in touch with us. We will tell you what we need to see. We cannot pay your award until we have seen the evidence we have asked for. How we collect and use information We will use the information you give in this form, and in any supporting evidence you send us, to process your claim for Council Tax Support and Housing Benefit. We may pass the information to other agencies or organisations such as the Department for Work and Pensions and HM Revenue and Customs, as allowed by law. We may check information you have provided, or information about you that someone else has provided, with other information we hold. We may also get information about you from certain third parties, or give them information, to: make sure the information is accurate; and prevent or detect crime; and protect public funds. These third parties include government departments, local authorities and private-sector companies such as banks and organisations that may lend you money. We will not give information about you to anyone else, or use information about you for other purposes, unless the law allows us to. The Council is the data controller for the purposes of the Data Protection Act. If you want to know more about what information we have about you, or the way we use it, please visit Changes you must tell us about Tell the Council's Benefit Department straight away if; any of your children leave school or leave home; or anyone moves in or out of your home (including lodgers, joint tenants and subtenants); or your income or the income of anyone living with you, including benefits, changes; or your capital, savings or investments change; or you or anyone living with you becomes a student; goes on a th Training Scheme; goes into hospital or a nursing home; goes into prison; or gets, changes or leaves a job; or you or your partner are going to be away from home for more than a month; or you receive any decision from the Home Office; or anything you have told us about changes; or you move house; or you or any one in your household receives or ceases to receive DLA or PIP. If you don t tell us about these changes, you may lose money you are entitled to or you may be paid too much benefit or support. must make sure that you tell us about these changes. Don t rely on someone else to pass on the message. It is an offence not to tell us about any change of circumstance that affects your award. We may take court action against you. If we pay you too much support, in most cases, you will have to pay it back.
3 Council Tax Support and Housing Benefit Claim Form page 3 Part 1 About you and your partner Do you have a partner who normally lives with you? A partner means a person you are married to or have a civil partnership with, or a person you live with as if you were their husband, wife or civil partner. (A civil partnership is a formal arrangement that gives same sex partners the same legal status as a married couple.) Even if your partner only comes home at weekends, or part of the week, you must include them Surname or family name First name(s) Any other surnames or family names you have used, such as before marriage or in a previous marriage Title (Mr, Mrs, Ms and so on) Address Do not tell us your partner s address if it is the same as yours. If you have a partner, you must answer all the questions about them, as well as yourself. r partner What date did you move in to this address? (first spent the night there) r daytime phone number do not have to tell us this, but it may help us to deal with your claim more quickly. What is this number? Please tick. address We want to deal with your claim as quickly as we can and if we have your address we may contact you this way. Date of birth National Insurance number can find this on payslips or letters from Department of Works and Pensions or the tax office. We can decide your claim only if we see evidence that this is your National Insurance number (see part 13). Home Work Mobile Textphone Home Work Mobile Textphone Letters Numbers Letter Letters Numbers Letter If you do not have a National Insurance number, or cannot find it, tick this box. If your partner does not have a National Insurance number, or cannot find it, tick this box. We must see evidence of you and your partner s identity and National Insurance number. Read the checklist in part 17.
4 Part 1 About you and your partner continued page 4 Are you living away from home at the moment? Tell us why you are not living at home. When did you last live at home? When do you expect to go back home? Tell us the address where you are living at the moment. If your home has been sublet, tell us who lives there now. Have you or your partner claimed Council Tax Support, Housing Benefit or Council Tax Benefit before? r partner When did you claim? When did they claim? Which council did you claim from? Which council did they claim from? What name did you claim in? What name did they claim in? What address did you claim for? What address did they claim for? If you have moved home in the last 12 months, tell us your last address. Were you the home owner, a private tenant, a council tenant or a boarder at this address? Have you or your partner come to live in England, rthern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, the Republic of Ireland, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man in the last 2 years? We will write to you about this. We will write to you about this. What is your nationality? If your nationality is not British, on what date did you settle in the UK (please don t include times when you ve been on holiday outside of the UK)? The UK is England, rthern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
5 Part 1 About you and your partner continued page 5 Are you or your partner in hospital at the moment? When did you go in? When will you come out (if you know this)? Do you or your partner get Disability Living Allowance? r partner When did they go in? When will they come out (if they know this)? Do you or your partner get Personal Independence Payment? Do you or your partner get Attendance Allowance? Does anyone get Carer s Allowance for looking after you or your partner? (If anyone claims Carer s Allowance for looking after you in the future please let us know) Have you or your partner ever claimed Carer s Allowance? Still tick if you claimed but were not paid any money. Do you or your partner have a vehicle from a mobility scheme? Are you or your partner a student? Do you study full time or part time? Do they study full time or part time? Tick if you or your partner are: Full time Part time Full time Part time an apprentice on youth training in legal custody severely mentally impaired registered blind long-term sick or disabled Is anyone in the household pregnant? If, who? Due Date
6 Part 2 About children page 6 Are there any children in your household? By children we mean under 16 or aged 16 to 20 and in full-time education or approved training. Go to Part 3. If there are more than 4 children, use a separate sheet of paper to tell us all the information we ask for on this page. If you are sending a separate sheet of paper, tick this box. First child Second child Third child Fourth child Surname or family name First name(s) Date of birth What is the child s sex? The child s relationship to you The child s relationship to your partner Usual address if different from yours Child Benefit number Who gets the Child Benefit for them? F Is the child registered blind? Does the child get Disability Living Allowance? Does this child get Personal Independent Payment? Do you pay a registered childminder, nursery or after-school club any childminding costs for this child? If yes, please tell us the If yes, please tell us the If yes, please tell us the If yes, please tell us the name and registration name and registration name and registration name and registration number of the childcare number of the childcare number of the childcare number of the childcare provider. provider. provider. provider. How much do you pay a week? How much do you pay a week? How much do you pay a week? How much do you pay a week?
7 Part 3 About other people who live with you page 7 Do any adults usually live with Go to Part 4. you and any partner you have? Answer all questions in this section. By adults we mean people over 16 who nobody gets Child Benefit for. Do not tell us about people who just share a hall, bathroom or toilet with you. If you want to tell us about more than 3 people, use a separate sheet of paper. If you are sending a separate sheet of paper, tick this box. Surname or family name Other names First person Second person Third person Date of birth National Insurance Number Their relationship to you or your partner Some examples are aunt, brother, daughter, father, grandson, grandmother, stepdaughter, joint tenant, joint owner, subtenant, lodger or friend. When did they move in? Do they receive any State Benefits? Tell us which. Tell us which. Tell us which. Do they normally work? Please tell us their gross earnings and number of hours they work Please tell us their gross earnings and number of hours they work Please tell us their gross earnings and number of hours they work Are they a full-time student, a student nurse, a care worker, an apprentice or on youth training? Tell us which. Tell us which. Tell us which. Are they severely mentally impaired? Are they in legal custody at the moment? When are they expected to be released? When are they expected to be released? When are they expected to be released? Are they in hospital at the moment? Are any of the people who live with you married to each other, civil partners of each other, or living together as if they are married or civil partners? When did they go in? When did they go in? When did they go in? When will they come out (if you know this)? When will they come out (if you know this)? When will they come out (if you know this)? Tell us their names. And is the partner of is the partner of
8 Part 4 About Income Support, income-based Jobseeker s Allowance, Pension Credit (Guaranteed Credit) and Employment and Support Allowance (income-related) r partner Are you or your partner getting Income Support, income based Jobseeker's Allowance, Pension When did you start When did they start Credit (Guarantee Credit) or getting it? getting it? Employment and Support Allowance (income related) at the moment? Are you or your partner still waiting to hear about a claim for Income Support, income-based Jobseeker s Allowance, Pension When did you claim? When did they claim? Credit (Guarantee Credit) or Employment and Support Allowance (income-related)? Part 5 About benefits, tax credits and state pensions Are you or your partner getting any of the benefits or credits listed below, or are you waiting to hear about benefits or credits you have Go to Part 6. claimed? Read the list of benefits and credits below and tell us about any that you or your partner are getting now or have claimed. Tell us about the benefits below. r partner How much How often How much How often Pensions do you get? is it paid? do they get? is it paid? page 8 State Retirement Pension Pension Credit (Savings Credit) Widow s Allowance or Bereavement Allowance Widowed Parent s Allowance or Widow s Pension War Widow s or War Dependant s Pension War Disablement Pension Industrial Injury/Disablement Pension Exceptionally Severe Disablement Allowance Benefits and Allowances Contribution-based Job Seeker s Allowance Child Tax Credit Working Tax Credit Employment Training Allowance Child Benefit Employment and Support Allowance - contribution based Attendance Allowance Disability Living Allowance: Mobility Component Care Component Incapacity Benefit
9 page 9 Part 5 About benefits, tax tax credits and and state state pensions pensions Personal Independence Payment Carer s Allowance Severe Disablement Allowance Maternity Allowance Fostering Allowance Universal Credit Any other benefit, pension or money from the government Are you repaying a Social Fund loan or overpayment for any of these benefits? Have you or your partner deferred (put off) receiving a pension? Part 6 If yes, which one? If yes, please give details Income other than earnings Do you or your partner have any money coming in (or expect to have some money coming in) that you have not already told us about on this form? do not need to tell us about payments from the Independent Living Fund, the Eileen Trust or the Macfarlane Trust. How much How often Private Pension 1 paid by do you get? is it paid? r partner Go to Part 7. Complete the questions as below. r partner How much How often do they get? is it paid? Private Pension 2 paid by Date of next increase Date of next increase Please attach separate sheet ifyou have more than 2 pensions Date of next increase Date of next increase Pension Protection Fund Payments Annuities th Training Scheme payment or Training Credits Maintenance for you Maintenance for your child - including CSA Student grant or loan Payments from boarders Weekly amount from letting or sub-letting part of a property Payments from a charity Any other income e.g. Redundancy or Loan Protection Payments (please give name) We must see evidence of any money or pension coming in before we can decide how much Support you can get. Read the checklist at Part 17 to see what you can use as evidence.
10 Part 7 About working for an employer Do you or your partner work for an employer? Do you work for more than one employer? What kind of work do you do? Go to Part 8. r partner Go to Part 8. Answer the questions in this section. Answer the questions in this section. Tell us about all the employers on a separate sheet of paper and send it with this form. Include all the information asked for below. If you are sending a separate sheet of paper, tick this box. page 10 What is your employer s name and address? p When did you start this job? How much do you get paid before tax and National Insurance are taken off? How often do you get paid? Every Every How are you paid? For example, in cash, by cheque or straight into a bank or building society account. How many hours a week do you usually work? Give details of any regular overtime, bonuses, commission or tips. Are you getting Sick Pay, Maternity Pay, Paternity Pay or Adoption Pay from your employer at the moment? When did it start? Do you pay into a private or company pension scheme? How much? How much? How often? Every How often? Every We must see 5 weekly, 3 fortnightly or 2 monthly consecutive of your most recent pay slips before we can decide how much Support you can get. Read the checklist at Part 17 to see what you can use as evidence.
11 Part 8 About being self-employed page 11 Are you a company director? If you answered, you will need to provide your payslips. r partner Are you or your partner self-employed? p p p Go to Part 9. Answer the questions on this page. on this page. must send us your trading accounts for the last financial year. If you have only recently set up the business and do not have a full year s accounts, we will need to see some other evidence of your income. We will write to you about this. Go to Part 9. Answer the questions What kind of work do you do? When did the business start? What is the business address? Are there any other partners in the business? Tell us their name and address. Tell us their name and address. How many hours a week do you usually work? Do you get a Business Start-up Allowance? How much? How much? How often? How often? Every Every Do you pay into a private pension scheme? How much? How much? How often? How often? Every Every We must see evidence of your earnings before we can decide how much Support you can get. Read the checklist at Part 17 to see what you can use as evidence.
12 Part 9 About any other work Do you or your partner do Go to Part 10. any other work? This could be voluntary work, Answer the questions on therapeutic work or any other this page. work. What other work do you do? r partner Go to Part 10. Answer the questions on this page. page 12 What is the name and address of the person you do this work for? When did you start this work? How many hours a week do you usually work? Do you get paid for this work? How much? How much? How often? Every How often? Every We must see evidence of any earnings before we can decide how much Support you can get. Read the checklist at Part 17 to see what you can use as evidence. Part 10 About bank accounts, savings, investments and property r partner Do you or your partner have any bank accounts, savings, property Go to part 11 or investments in the UK or abroad? Answer all the questions in this part. This includes cash, current accounts and savings accounts with a bank or building society, post office accounts, Premium Bonds, National Savings Certificates, stocks, shares and property. Please answer these questions for yourself and your partner. Please include empty and overdrawn accounts, whether in one name or jointly held with anyone else. r Partner's Account number/name/other details balance/value balance/value Do you have bank, building society or post office accounts? (including current accounts) If yes, please tell us the balance of your accounts D N We may ask to see evidence of all capital, savings and investments. Read the checklist at Part 17 to see what you can use as evidence.
13 Part 10 About bank accounts, savings, investments and property Name Number held page 13 Do you have stocks, shares, unit trusts? If yes, list the names of investments and number of shares held. Do you have National Savings Certificates? If yes, list the issue, purchase date and number of units. Do you have other investments, redundancy payments, premium bonds, Tessas, ISAs, SAYE, cash etc? If yes, please give details. (Please also use this space if you need to tell us more about any of the above savings.) Have you or your partner received any backdated benefit or deferred payments, such as State pension, which you have added to your savings? If please give details. Do you or your partner own or partly own any property or land except the home you live in, either in the UK or abroad? Tick, even if you have a mortgage or loan for the property or land. This includes jointly owned properties. What is the address? How much i s it worth? If you have a mortgage or loan for this, how much is left to repay? Have you or your partner received a compensation payment relating to the Second World War?
14 Part 11 About rent page 14 Do you rent your home? Tick if you would pay rent but already get Housing Benefit. How much is the rent for your home? What date did your tenancy start? Go to Part 15. Answer all the questions in this section. every (For example, every week/fortnight/4 weeks/month.) May we discuss your claim or benefit award with your landlord or another named third party? What is your landlord s name and address? By landlord we mean the person or organisation who owns the property you live in. If your landlord has an agent, tell us their full name and address. By agent we mean the person or organisation you actually pay your rent to. I authorise the Council to discuss my claim or benefit award with my landlord or Signed Date Are you, your partner, or any of your or your partner s children related to your landlord or agent, or to your landlord s partner or the agent s partner? What is the relationship? is my landlord s or agent s Related means a parent, parent-in-law, son, son-in-law, daughter, daughter-in-law, step-parent, step-son, step-daughter, brother, sister, or if any of the preceding persons is one member of a couple, the other member of that couple; Are you or your partner a director, shareholder or employee of your landlord? Have you or your partner owned your current home in the last 5 years? Does anyone else share the rent with you and your partner? Tell us their names and their relationship to you and your partner. How much of the rent do you pay? Are you a care leaver or formally looked after by social services? every (For example, every week/fortnight/4 weeks/month.)
15 Part 11 About rent continued page 15 Who is liable for council tax at this address? Has your rent been registered as a fair rent by a rent officer? Are there any weeks when you do not have to pay rent? How many in a year? Are you behind with your rent? By how many weeks? Does your rent include money for the following? Meals Which meals are included? All Breakfast Evening Water authority charges Heating Lighting Hot water Fuel for cooking What is it? Is anything included or separate from your rent that you have not already told us about? Please tick to show if the property is let as: furnished partly furnished minimally furnished unfurnished This means completely furnished. This means some furniture, but not all. This means just two or three items. This means no furniture at all. Part 12 About where you live What sort of building do you live in? Tick one box only. Detached house Other (please say what) a Flat in a house Caravan, mobile home or houseboat Semi-detached house Flat in a block Board and lodgings Terraced house Flat over a shop Hotel Maisonette Bedsit or rooms Residential nursing home Bungalow Hostel Residential care home Detached Bungalow Ground rent
16 Part 12 About where you live - continued page 16 How many rooms are there in the building? In the whole Just for you and That you share with building? your household? other people? Living rooms Bedsitting rooms Bedrooms Bathrooms or shower rooms Separate toilets Kitchens Other rooms What are these other rooms? Do you have a bedroom which is used overnight by someone who cares for you or your partner but does not live at your address? Their name and address Do you use your home for business purposes? Do you have a main home somewhere else? If your main home is somewhere else in the UK or abroad, tick, even if you do not pay rent for it. What is the address? Part 13 How you will be paid and the choices you have. We will write to you about your benefit award. Enter your address if you want to be contacted in this way If you pay rent to a private landlord we will pay any benefit directly to you. If you feel this will cause you difficulties., please call for advice. If you are awarded Council Tax Support, we will pay this into your Council Tax Account. If you do not have a bank or building society account you must set one up. can get advice about opening and running a bank or building society account from any bank or building society of your choice. If you have any difficulties in opening one of these accounts please contact us on for advice. Under the Local Housing Allowance Scheme you will have your Housing Benefit paid directly to you (unless you are considered by us to have difficulty in managing your financial affairs). will be informed in writing when this will take effect.
17 Part 13 How you will be paid and the choices you have - continued page 17 Please remember it is your responsibility to pay your landlord. To accept direct payments of Housing Benefit into your account please complete the following: Name and address of the bank Account number Sort code Roll. Account Name Full Name (in CAPITAL LETTERS) r Signature Date Part 14 Backdating We can usually award benefit from the Monday after the day we get your claim. Sometimes, we can pay Housing Benefit and Council Tax Support from an earlier date if you have a good reason for not claiming earlier. If you want us to consider paying your Housing Benefit and Council Tax Support from an earlier date, tell us when you want Housing Benefit and Council Tax Support to be paid from and provide reasons why you didn t claim earlier in the box below. If you are a working age customer, you can request your Housing Benefit claim to be backdated for up to 6 months and your Council Tax Support award for up to one month. Tell us the date you want to claim benefit from
18 Part 15 Anything else you need to tell us Use the box below to tell us anything else you think we should know about. Use a separate sheet of paper and attach it to this form if you need to. If you are sending separate sheets of paper with this form, tell us how many. page 18 Part 16 Declaration p Even if someone else has partly or fully filled in this form for you, you MUST sign this declaration if you can. If you have a partner, it would be helpful if they sign below to confirm that all the details about them are correct. Please read this declaration carefully before you sign and date it. I understand the following: If I give information that is incorrect or incomplete, you may take action against me. This may include court action. will use the information I have provided to process my claim for Housing Benefit or Council Tax Support or both, or to assess any discount or grant for Council services. may check the information with other sources as the law allows. may use any information I have provided for this and any other claim for social security benefits that I have made or may make. This includes any Discretionary Housing Payment. may give some information to other government organisations, such as government departments and local councils, if the law allows this. The council may share data with the government in order to combat fraud and reduce error and this includes the use of tracing agents. I know I must let the Council's Benefit Section know immediately in writing about any change in my circumstances or the circumstances of anyone living with me, which might affect my claim. If I do not, you may take action against me. This may include court action. I declare that this is my claim for Housing Benefit and/or Council Tax Support and the information I have given on this form is correct and complete. I authorise the Council to make any necessary enquiries to check that the information is true and correct. I have read and understood this declaration, and my responsibilities in reporting any changes in my circumstances to the Council. Signature of person claiming Partner s signature Date Date If this form has been partly or fully filled in by someone who is not the person claiming, please tell us why you are filling in this form for the person claiming. As far as possible, I have confirmed with the person claiming that the answers I have written on this form are correct. If I am making this claim on behalf of the above person, I understand that I am liable for what I have written on the form and accept that the declaration applies to me. Name of the person who filled in the form Signature of the person Relationship to the person claiming Date
19 If you know or suspect someone is committing benefit fraud, you can report them direct without having to give your name or details by: writing to the Council phoning: or National Hotline number ; ing to or going on our website: page 19 Part 17 Checklist Please tick to tell us what evidence you are sending with this form. We must see original documents, not copies. If you bring them to our Office, we will take the details we need and give you the documents back straight away. If you do not provide all the evidence we need, we might not be able to pay you any support. We need the same evidence for your partner, if you have one, and for any other adults living in your home. If you cannot send the evidence we need at the moment, send the form back to us now and send the evidence later. We can start to process your claim, but we will not be able to pay you any benefit until we have all the evidence. Please tell us now in Part 15 if you cannot supply the evidence within one month. Evidence of identity - This is usually anything that has your full name and date of birth on it Evidence of your National Insurance Number - This could be any document that has your National Insurance Number on it Evidence of your rent - This means a tenancy agreement or a rent account showing payments that you have made. Evidence of savings, investments and property - This means all of your bank accounts, savings accounts, shares, premium bonds or other investments or property. We will need to see the last 2 months statements for any accounts. Evidence of earnings for all adults in the property We need to see your payslips (your last 5 if you are paid weekly, your last 3 if you are paid every 2 weeks or your last 2 if you are paid monthly). If you are self-employed, you will need to complete an additional form. Please contact us so that we can send you one. Evidence of other income this means money from pensions or gifts of money that people have given to you. Evidence of benefits, Tax Credits or Pension Credit any letters from the DWP or HMRC confirming how much you get. Evidence of other money you pay out this means receipts from registered child carers or financial help you give to a student. If you would like us to discuss your claim with someone else who is helping you, you will need to complete a third party authorisation form. Please contact us so that we can send you one.
20 Part 18 Ethnic Background The government has asked us to gather information about our customer s ethnic background. It s your choice whether to fill in this section. Please show which of the following groups you and your partner (if any) consider you belong to by ticking one box for you and one for your partner. White r partner British Asian British Irish Bangladeshi Other white Indian Kashmiri Mixed Pakistani Part White 14 and blackequal CaribbeanOpportunities Other Asian The White government and black has African asked us to gather information about our customers ethnic background. It s your choice whether to White fill in this and section. Asian Please show which of the following groups Blackyou and your partner (if any) consider you belong to Other by ticking mixed one box for you and one for your partner. Black British r partner White Caribbean Asian r partner Chinese British Irish African Asian British Other black Bangladeshi Other Other white Indian Mixed Kashmiri White and black Caribbean Pakistani Anything else you want to tell about that may affect your claim White and black African Other Asian White and Asian Other mixed Black Black British Chinese Caribbean African Other Other black Sexual orientation Bisexual Gay Heterosexual Lesbian Prefer not to state Religion Religion is any religion, religious belief, faith or similar philosophical belief Asian Christianity Muslim Hindu Buddhist Jewish Sikh Religion r partner Other If Other please state
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Date of first contact Date of issue Applicants name Issuing officers signature Claim reference number FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Please return this form to: Benefits Team PO Box 4 Lancaster LA1 1QR Tel: (01524)
For Office Use Only Ben Ref o: Date of Issue: Reason for Issue: Receipt Stamp HOUSIG BEEFIT, COUCIL TAX BEEFIT AD SECOD ADULT REBATE CLAIM FORM ou should complete and return this form as soon as you can.
Herefordshire Council Claim form for Housing Benefit, Council Tax Reduction and free school meals Crystal Mark 9252 Do not write in this box it is for office use only. Date form sent out: Form to be returned
Application Form Housing Benefit Council Tax Reduction Alternative Council Tax Reduction This form can be made available in other languages and formats (including large print, audio tape and Braille as
Application for Housing Benefit or Council Tax Support (or both) Director or Finance and Corporate Services, Civic Centre, Neath SA11 3QZ For benefit enquiries relating to the Neath Borough and Upper Lliw
For Office Use Only Ben Ref o: Date of Issue: Reason for Issue: Receipt Stamp HOUSIG BEEFIT, COUCIL TAX BEEFIT AD SECOD ADULT REBATE CLAIM FORM ou should complete and return this form as soon as you can.
Claim for Council Tax Support and Housing Benefit Do not fill out this form until you have read these notes. After you have read and understood them, remove the notes by tearing along the perforated line.
Cambridge City Council Revenue Services (Benefits) FREEPOST PO Box 130 Cambridge CB2 1BR Tel (01223) 457721/86, 457693/97 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.cambridge.gov.uk Thank you for downloading
Name: Address: Postcode: Revenues and Benefits Council Offices South Street Rochford Essex SS4 1BW Phone: 01702 318197 or 01702 318198 Email: email@example.com Housing Benefit and Council
Housing Benefit claim form Application form for the Local Council Tax Reduction Scheme Filling in the form If you are just claiming Second Adult Reduction, only fill in Parts 1, 3, 17, 16, 18 17 and 19
For Office Use Only Date of issue First point of contact Ref Name and address of applicant (including room or flat number) Name: Address: : Application form for Housing Benefit and/or Council Tax Reduction
A claim form for: Housing Benefit An application for: Council Tax Reduction Scheme Second Adult Rebate Name: Address you are claiming or applying for: Address and postcode: Please read the guidance notes
If you need any help please ring: ( 0845 070 1066 Charged at local rate Name and address Date Issued Ref Housing Benefit & Council Tax Support - NEW CLAIM and Free School Meals Use this form to claim Housing
Please read the benefit information booklet supplied with this form before completing your claim Keep it safe as you may need to refer to it in future or translated into another language please call us
Claim_rev 39 17/9/09 22:22 Page 1 Housing Benefit and Council Tax Support Claim form Do not write in this box. It is for office use only. Date of issue: Version: Sept 2009 Office receipt date stamp Please
Revenues & Benefits Service Community Contact Centre Town Hall, Queens Square Hastings TN34 1TL Tel: 01424 451080 Fax: 01424 451541 firstname.lastname@example.org www.hastings.gov.uk FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Date
Housing Benefit and Council Tax Reduction Claim Form Please detach this information sheet and keep for future reference. tes for filling in the Housing Benefit and Council Tax Reduction claim form About
Finance and Customer Services Revenues and Benefits CLAIM FOR HOUSING BENEFIT COUNCIL TAX REDUCTION Name Address Postcode Home Number Mobile Number Email Address Issuing Office Date Issued Reason Issued
For office use only Reference Date issued Date received stamp Housing Benefit and Council Tax Support application form If you want to claim help with paying your rent or Council Tax, please fill in this
Claim form for Housing Benefit and application for Council Tax Reduction Name and address of the person claiming or applying: Reference number: For office use only Issue date: Date received: Revenues and
Please read the benefit information booklet supplied with this form before completing your claim Keep it safe as you may need to refer to it in future or translated into another language please call us
A CLAIM FOR DISCRETIONARY HOUSING PAYMENTS (DHP) Claim Ref: SECTION 1 INFORMATION If you are getting Housing Benefit and Local Council Tax Support but you are still having problems meeting your rent and
Name: Current address: Post code: CHB1 Home telephone number: Mobile number: Email address: IMPORTANT INFORMATION THE MORAY COUNCIL COUNCIL TAX REDUCTION & HOUSING BENEFIT CLAIM FORM 1st contact Issued
ISSUE CLAIM REF. DATE: TYPE: NO: APPLICATION FORM FOR HOUSING BENEFIT AND/OR COUNCIL TAX SUPPORT Before completing this application please ensure that you read the notes. In addition to this the evidence
Help with your Rent and Council Tax Please tear off pages 1 to 4 for your reference Important information if you or your partner are awarded Universal Credit from the DWP If you or your partner are awarded
www.islington.gov.uk Application form for Housing Benefit (including Local Housing Allowance) and/or Council Tax Support (including Second Adult Discount) If you are on a low income, you could get Housing
Housing Benefit, Council Tax Rebate and Second Adult Rebate Claim Form Date Issued 1st Contact Claim Number If you have any special needs that prevent you getting to our offices or you need help in filling
South Norfolk Council Swan Lane Long Stratton Norwich Norfolk NR15 2XE Housing Benefit and Council Tax Support Application Part 1 About you and your household This is my claim for: Housing Benefit Council
Housing benefit & council tax support New claim www.portsmouth.gov.uk You must complete and return the form immediately, even if not all the evidence is available. Delay may affect the start date of your
APPLICATION FOR HOUSING BENEFIT, LOCAL HOUSING ALLOWANCE AND COUNCIL TAX REDUCTION Please note this form is also available in Welsh Housing Benefits Ty Elwyn, Llanelli, SA15 3AP. Tel: (01554) 742100 E-mail:
Change of Address Form Help with your Rent and Council Tax Please do not write in this box. It is for office use only. Office receipt date stamp of issue: Please read all of the notes shown on this page
Phone: 01656 643643 Minicom: 01656 643671 E-mail: email@example.com Bridgend County Borough Council PO Box 107 Bridgend CF31 1WB Name: Address: Reference number: Date issued: Date of first contact:
Date requested Date issued Ratepayer ID Occupancy ID THIS BOX FOR OFFICIAL USE (Find these details on your rate bill) START THE FORM HERE Claim number r name and address FOR OFFICIAL USE HELP WITH RATES
For Official use only Date Requested... Date Issued... Originating Office... Claim Reference... Name... Address......... Postcode... Housing benefit and council tax reduction application form Please use
Malvern Hills District Council 9973 Application for Council Tax Support or Housing Benefit (or both) Name For our use only Date you first contacted us Address Address and and Date you first contacted us
Help using this PDF claim form You can save data typed into this PDF form if you use Adobe Reader XI or a newer version. This means that you do not have to fill in the form in one session. This form will
Housing Benefit & / or Council Tax Reduction Application Form for Applicants of Working Age PLEASE COMPLETE THIS FORM IN BLOCK CAPITALS Name Address Are you? (Please tick all that apply): An Owner Occupier
Housing Benefit, Council Tax Reduction and Free School Meals tification of Change of Address Mae r ffurflen hon ar gael yn Gymraeg o Ganolfan Ddinesig This form is also available in large print from the
State Pension Your notes booklet These notes tell you more about the State Pension, and help you fill in your claim form. Remember The easy way to claim your State Pension is online or by phone Visit www.gov.uk/state-pension
Carer s Allowance Claim form l Use this form to claim Carer s Allowance. l Please read the tes that came with the claim pack before you fill in the form. l The form must be filled in by you, the carer,
Maternity Allowance Please keep these notes for your information, do not return them with your MA1 claim form. Notes sheet l Help if you are expecting a baby and you are or have been employed but cannot
Housing Benefit & Council Tax Reduction Change of Income Form HBCOCFRM Part 1 - Personal Details First name Surname Full Postal address uoy rentrapruoy Tel.. Email address edoctsop edoctsop National Insurance
Mutual Exchange Application Form Translation service If you need help to complete this form, or need any part of it to be translated or in another format, please contact your local office. Please let us
Sheffield Benefits Service April 2013 Housing Benefit & Council Tax Support for people of working age Housing Benefit and Council Tax Support Housing Benefit is a national welfare benefit, administered
HC BEN 1 Application form for Housing Benefit, Council Tax Reduction and Second Adult Rebate If you and/or your partner have capital of more than 16,000 and you or your partner are in receipt of Job Seeker
CONWY COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL BODLONDEB, CONWY LL32 8DU Benefit Customer Services: 01492 576491 Fax: 01492 576260 Fax must not be used for serving proceedings tes for filling in the Housing Benefit, Council
Universal Credit Universal Credit (UC) is a new benefit for people of working age. You can get it if you have a low income or do not work. Some people started getting it in April 2013. In this factsheet
APPLICATION FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE ALTERNATIVELY APPLY ONLINE VIA THE FUND S WEBSITE WWW.NPOWERENERGYFUND.COM BEFORE COMPLETING THE APPLICATION FORM, PLEASE CAREFULLY READ THE NOTES BELOW. When you have
East Riding of Yorkshire Council Council Tax Support Scheme A summary of the scheme for Pension Age and Working Age persons 2016/2017 1 Introduction... 3 The council tax support scheme for Pensioners (persons
For our use only.../... Claims Management Claim Form When you have filled in the form, please send it to us at: Solicitors Regulation Authority Claims Management The Cube 199 Wharfside Street Birmingham
EDf EnErGY trust APPLiCAtion for financial ASSiStAnCE BEforE CoMPLEtinG the APPLiCAtion form, PLEASE CArEfULLY read the notes BELoW. When you have completed the application form, you should detach these
HB1- HOUSING BENEFIT CLAIM FORM FOR NEW CLAIMS Do not use this form if you currently receive Housing Benefit and are moving home ask for a Change of Address form instead. Complete all the sections that
Factsheet 17 April 2011 Housing and Council Tax Benefit About this factsheet Housing Benefit (HB) helps with rent and Council Tax Benefit (CTB) helps with Council Tax. Both benefits are based on income
Help to Buy South West Application Form Please circle the correct answers Would you consider buying a home? Would you consider renting a home? Yes / No Yes / No I/We can confirm that our household income
Fees and Remissions Although this form is not part of the ET1 it must be returned with the claim form if you are making your claim by post. This will assist our staff in confirming that the correct fee
Glasgow City Council Housing Benefit and Council Tax Reduction Application Information Section 1 Personal Details To help us process your application and allow us to contact you if we need more information,
Getting your tax credits claim form right Use these Notes to help you TC600 Notes for use from 6 April 2015 Claiming as a couple You must claim as a couple if you are married, living with someone as if
Getting your tax credits claim form right Step 1 Documents you may need Make sure you ve got all the documents you need to fill in the claim form. to help you fill in your claim form Step 2 Fill in all
The City of Cardiff Council tes for filling in the Housing Benefit / Council Tax Reduction / Free School Meals claim form Name and address Claim reference About this form This claim form has been specially