Case study showing how to calculate your pension entitlement under EU social security agreements
Case study showing how your entitlement to State Pension (Contributory) is calculated under bilateral social security agreements.
This case study examines how a lone parent is assessed for Working Family Payment.
This case study examines how a family on low income is assessed for Working Family Payment.
Income from work affects your Jobseeker's Allowance payment. This case study shows how work can affect this payment.
A case study showing how income from employment affects your Jobseeker's Allowance.
Three case studies exploring the choices available to people getting Jobseeker’s Allowance, One-Parent Family Payment and Disability Allowance.
Tax on income you earn from employment is deducted directly from your salary (pay). A case study on how this tax is calculated.
Allowances and grants available to help with the costs of going to school.
This is a case study showing you how to calculate the length of time a systematic short time worker can get Jobseeker's Benefit.
This is a case study showing you how to assess a couple’s entitlement to jobseeker's payments in order to maximise their income.
When calculating the hourly rate for the national minimum wage, certain payments are not included. This case study shows how an employer's incorrect calculation meant the employee was being paid less than the national minimum wage.
Part-time workers are entitled to public holidays even if they are not due to work on the day of the public holiday. This case study shows how a part-time worker's payment for a public holiday is calculated.
A case study showing how Maternity Benefit is taxed.
This case study examines how the earnings from employment will affect your State Pension (Non-Contributory).
Example of 2 different requests for force majeure leave, one of which was granted. The second request was refused as there was no entitlement under the Parental Leave Act 1998.