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Social Security Legislation 2020/21, Volume V: Universal Credit

£122.00
This volume collects together the legislation on universal credit and presents it alongside authoritative and detailed legal analysis of its content.

Social Security Legislation 2020/21, Volume IV: Tax Credits and HMRC-administered Social Security Benefits

£122.00
This volume is a ‘one-stop shop’ for tax credits, containing the relevant Acts and regulations, administration and procedural issues, and provisions governing tribunals, with commentary.

Tribunal Practice and Procedure 5th edition

£70.00
Tribunal Practice and Procedure is now firmly established as the most comprehensive and authoritative guide to the integrated tribunal system available.

The Guide to Grants for Individuals in Need 2018/19

£95.00
Do you help individuals and families in need of emergency financial help? This comprehensive, up-to-date and easy-to-navigate guide containing 1700 grant-making charities giving £308.5 million in funds, will simplify the often difficult task of finding the most appropriate support for your clients by outlining the eligibility criteria, amounts available and how to apply.

The Guide to Educational Grants 2018/19

£95.00
The Guide to Educational Grants presents information in a reader-friendly way. It details who is eligible to receive grants, how to apply, different types of grants that are given, key information on what kind of projects are funded and the total amount of funding available.

Community Care and the Law, 7th ed

£70.00
Community Care and the Law is the pre-eminent legal text on adult social care law.

DLA and AA Case Law Pack (print) 12th ed

£58.00
This publication is an excellent resource both new and seasoned advisers who provide information and advice on Disability Living Allowance (DLA) and Attendance Allowance (AA) entitlement.

Work Capability Case Law Pack 3rd ed (print)

£58.00
This publication provides a practical guide to both new and seasoned practitioners on the law and case law on the operation of the ‘work capability assessment’ for both ESA and Universal Credit.