This is a one-time payment to cover maternity and childcare expenses if you have a low income or if you receive certain benefits or tax credits. It is exempt from tax and does not need to be refunded. 22.1.12. For any reason, the grant recipient terminates its activities or decides (or orders a court of competent jurisdiction) that it be dissolved or dissolved (except for the purposes of reconstruction or merger in good faith and solvent) 22.1.13. The beneficiary is insolvent within the meaning of section 123 of the Insolvency Act 1986 or is declared bankrupt or placed in bankruptcy, administration or liquidation, or an application for liquidation has been made, or it enters into an agreement or transaction in favour of its creditors, or it is unable to repay its debts, if they are due on 22.1.14. the European Commission (or a national beneficiary) or the Court of Justice of the European Union (or national beneficiary) requires that the subsidies paid be recovered for violation of Law 22.1.15 on State aid. The grant beneficiary is in breach of the code of conduct and/or fails to notify the actual or suspected breach of the code of conduct by the beneficiary or one of its representatives in accordance with clause 26.2 22.1.16. The successful bidder undergoes a change of control that DWP is reasonably considered a “universal loan: delivery causes unacceptable difficulties. This report provides further scathing evidence of a culture of indifference at DWP, a department that is worryingly deviating from the real problems of the people they are supposed to support. The recipient will use the funds to provide participants with 6-month employment, including assistance to participants to develop their work skills and find future employment. The activities funded by the Grant are described in more detail below: Details available are available here: www.gov.uk/government/publications/self-employment-income-support-scheme-grant-extension/self-employment-income-support-scheme-grant-extension The Welsh Government has partnered with credit unions in Wales to offer discounted loans to tenants in rent arrears. The rental loan program is open to private tenants in arrears of rent and to those who, due to the coronavirus, may also have difficulty paying the rent for the months of the future. It`s until March 31, 2021: gov.wales/scheme-help-tenants-affected-coronavirus-launches-wales details of the grant amount from February to April have not yet been disclosed.
Any financial assistance you enter from the self-employed income system will affect your universal credit premium. There is a rule called “excess income” for Universal Credit, and if you receive the SEISS grant, which is a lump sum, it will be taken into account as income for the “tax period” during which you receive it. However, any losses you have had can also be transferred www.gov.uk/universal-credit/how-your-earnings-affect-your-payments, this is a complicated rule and you should seek advice. You will find information and an online tool that allows you to work on the impact of excess income on you under www.ferret.co.uk/reckoners/free/. In your response to FOI2018/4970, you say: “The drafting of Annexes 3, 4 and 6 is due to commercial interests/sensitivities”. I believe that these blackenings should be removed in the public interest and that an unregulated copy of Schedules 3, 4 and 6 should be published. These grants amount to £51 million and have not been the subject of an open/public tendering procedure. .