Graph showing how Universal Credit helps make work pay
A graph showing how Universal Credit helps make work pay.
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A graph showing how a claimant is better off in work with Universal Credit than they are under the current system.
With Universal Credit claimants’ take home pay is topped up with Universal Credit payments to make sure they are better off for every additional hour they work.
More information can be found in the guide, how Universal Credit can support people in work by topping up their earnings.
Part of the Universal Credit toolkit for partner organisations.
Published: 7 April 2014
Updated: 15 May 2015
- Revised version - updated following changes to benefit rates in April 2015.
- Published revised graph, updated to show how Universal Credit helps make work pay.
- First published.