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Discussion in 'Teenage Parenting' started by kittycat18, Jun 7, 2011.

  1. kittycat18

    kittycat18 Well-Known Member

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  2. MissFoley

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    i really can't answer, but didn't want to read & run.
    you seem very mature + organised. i only just put in for benifits there because someone on here told me how i did it :haha: x
     
  3. annawrigley

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    Yeah you have to pay both out of your own pocket :( There is something called the Bond Guarantee Scheme which pays it but some estate agents don't accept it, mine didn't :(

    Also as for EMA you are eligible even if you live with your parents, once you have a dependant they take your income into account not your parents' :D
     
  4. laura1991

    laura1991 Mummy to Lily

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    Isnt EMA being scrapped from september?
     
  5. annawrigley

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    Ah shit yea it is, I heard they were bringing in an equivalent though for people on v low income :shrug:
     
  6. kittycat18

    kittycat18 Well-Known Member

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    cabbagebaby Mummy To Tyler <3

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    no you can i was living with my boyfriend at his parents house and they stopped giving me income support because the only reason they gave it me was cause i was a lone parent but if you live with you OH you wont be classed as a lone parent x
     
  8. kittycat18

    kittycat18 Well-Known Member

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  9. Yazz_n_bump

    Yazz_n_bump Me, Fiancé & Jack! :)

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    No I think you'll both have to have a joint claim for JSA not income support. Might be different in N. Ireland though?
     
  10. kittycat18

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    laura1991 Mummy to Lily

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    I think you'd claim joint income support if your both in full time education :) xx
     
  12. cabbagebaby

    cabbagebaby Mummy To Tyler <3

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    you can only claim income support on the base's for being a lone parent if you live with your OH your not alone parent you will have to get JSA
     
  13. kittycat18

    kittycat18 Well-Known Member

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  14. cabbagebaby

    cabbagebaby Mummy To Tyler <3

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    they'll preobably have to calculate your earnings or you could just go down jobcenter :)
     
  15. kittycat18

    kittycat18 Well-Known Member

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    cabbagebaby Mummy To Tyler <3

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    august is agggggesss away could they not give you one sooner x
     
  17. kittycat18

    kittycat18 Well-Known Member

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  18. cabbagebaby

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    oh right ok :) x
     

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