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2021 titles

PRE-ORDER: Winning Your Benefit Appeal - What you need to know, 4th ed

£16.00
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. 

PRE-ORDER: Social Security Legislation 2021/22, Volume V: Universal Credit

£125.00
This volume collects together the legislation on universal credit and presents it alongside authoritative and detailed legal analysis of its content.

PRE-ORDER: Social Security Legislation 2021/22, Volume IV: Tax Credits and HMRC-administered Social Security Benefits

£125.00
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.

PRE-ORDER: Social Security Legislation 2021/22, Volume III: Administration, Adjudication and the European Dimension

£125.00
This volume contains all the material on social security administration and adjudication including European legislation.

PRE-ORDER: Personal Independence Payment: what you need to know, 3rd ed

£16.00
Our popular guide to Personal Independence Payment tells you all you need to know about the benefit in a clear, accessible and easy to follow way. 

PRE-ORDER: Welfare Benefits & Tax Credits Handbook, 2021/22

£69.00
Written for claimants and their advisors, CPAG’s annually updated Welfare Benefits and Tax Credits Handbook is the definitive guide to the UK’s social security system.

PRE-ORDER: Debt Advice Handbook, 14th ed

£35.00
With living costs and unemployment rising, budgets squeezed and problem debt on the increase, no adviser should be without this essential guide to the practice and process of giving money advice in England and Wales. 

PRE-ORDER: Benefits for Migrants Handbook, 13th ed

£45.00
CPAG’s Benefits for Migrants Handbook has firmly established itself as the leading text on social security entitlement for people who have come to, or who are leaving, the UK.