Welfare Reform

This might be of intrest to people – it’s a short guide to welfare changes planned for 2013 from the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals.

e-media Article June 2012 – Welfare reforms

1 Response to “Welfare Reform”

  1. 1 ciarawebbonweb June 29, 2012 at 10:16

    I have a feeling (having just started reading it) that this is a ‘pro-Universal Credit’ document. However, political bias aside, it does give an idea of what we should expect to see in 2013.


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