Income Support.

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Hello, My husband is my carer & claims carers allowance. Will he be eligible to claim income support?  If he has savings will this be taken into consideration & if so what is the amount he is allowed to have to enable him to claim this benefit?

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    Hi mary

    my son claims carers allowance and also claims income support as he is unemployed , as far as the savings are concerned if it is the same as esa I think you are allowed up to 6 thousand , but I am not completely sure so hopefully somebody else will know for definite.

    Hope this helped a bit

     

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    Capitol, including savings of £6,000 or more will affect savings. For every £250 over £6,000 £1 will be deducted for Income Support. Saving/capitol over £16,000 then you won't be able to claim Income Support at all. The rates are the same for couples and single people. Also claiming Income Support would depend if he works.

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