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How Many Hours Can I Work without It Affecting My Benefits?

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You can work for 16 hours without affecting your benefits. If you work for less than 16 hours a week, you are entitled to a Jobseeker's Allowance. You may be entitled to Working Tax Credit if you work for 16 or more weeks.
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You can work for 16 or less hours a week without affecting your benefits. Your benefits will depend on the average of the hours you work per week. However, if you don't know how many hours you work will be considered for benefits, it is advisable that you seek the services of an experienced adviser.
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hi josie, its not the amount of hours you work, its the wage you'll get....if your on any benefit you cant earn any more than 20 pounds per week....anymore than that and they will
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The threshold is still 16 hours. though there were some tightening up on for when Tax credits etc would kick in. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-17126…. BBC. http://www.parliament.uk
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