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Non-dependant deductions

A non-dependant is an adult who lives with you, normally a grown up son, daughter, friend or relative. A non-dependant will normally reduce your Housing Benefit and/or Council Tax Reduction by the amount the government expects them to contribute to your household. This reduction is called a non-dependant deduction. 

Non-dependants do not include:

  • your partner
  • a child you get Child Benefit for
  • joint tenants
  • a resident landlord
  • boarders or lodgers

There are no deductions if the non-dependant is:

  • under 18 years old
  • a full time student
  • getting Pension Credit or some out of work benefits
  • a temporary visitor who normally lives somewhere else

There are no deductions if you or your partner:

  • get Attendance Allowance
  • get the care component of Disability Living Allowance
  • get the daily living component of Personal Independence Payment
  • are registered blind

 

 

 

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