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Pre Order: Benefits for Migrants Handbook 2019/20

£38.00
The leading text on social security entitlement for people who have come to, or who are leaving, the UK. This title will be timed to ensure advisers get the very latest information on the benefit entitlement of European nationals and their families.
Student Support And Benefits Handbook

Student Support and Benefits Handbook 2019/20

£28.00
Written for students and their advisers, the Student Support and Benefits Handbook is the definitive annual guide to all aspects of financial support for students. 
Winning Your Benefit Appeal What You Need to Know

Winning Your Benefit Appeal: What You Need to Know 3rd Edition

£15.00
Back by popular demand, we have updated this sell-out guide to give you all the essential information you need in order to prepare and present a successful appeal at the First-tier Tribunal.
Living Hand to Mouth book cover

Living Hand to Mouth

£15.00
This book brings the latest research on food poverty together with the voices of children experiencing food poverty first hand. 

Let's Talk About Tax

£15.00
This title explores our current tax system with its various direct and indirect taxes, and proposes a strategy for reform, to reverse the recent increases in child poverty. 

Pre Order: Housing Benefit and Council Tax Reduction Legislation, with supplement 2019/20 32nd ed

£128.00
This annual title from CPAG contains all the relevant primary and secondary legislation governing housing benefit and the council tax reduction schemes in England, Wales and Scotland. 
Debt Advice Handbook

Pre Order: Debt Advice Handbook 13th Edition

£29.00
With living costs continuing to rise, budgets squeezed and problem debt on the increase, no adviser should be without this essential guide to the practice and process of money advice in England and Wales

Child Support: The Legislation 14th edition

£102.00
This latest edition of Child Support: the legislation contains the primary and secondary legislation relating to the statutory child support scheme, together with expert commentary by Judge Edward Jacobs.