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A non-dependant is a person over 18 years of age who normally lives with you, such as an adult son or daughter, or parent. We may reduce your weekly benefit if you have a non-dependant living in the property with you.
The level of deductions are set each year by the Government and will depend on the age, circumstances and income of the non-dependant.
There is no deduction for non-dependants if either you or your partner:
Additionally there is no deduction if your non-dependant is:
- Income Support
- Income-based Jobseekers Allowance
- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance which does not include an amount for the support component or work-related activity component, or
- Universal Credit calculated without earned income
If you or someone who lives with you is a youth trainee it may affect your Housing Benefit/Council Tax Support.
If you or someone who lives with you is an apprentice it may affect your Housing Benefit/Council Tax Support.