Assessing Self-Employed Claims for Housing Benefit
This course covers all the regulations and case law relating to Housing Benefit self-employed claims.
This 1-day course explains how to use accounting records to establish income and capital and work out notional tax and national insurance. This course was written by our experts who have over 25 years experience in local authority legislation.
What you'll learn:
This course consists of 4 x 60 minute live online training modules and 1 pre-course e-learning module.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
Correctly decide upon the assessment period to be used for a Housing Benefit self-employed claim in accordance with Housing Benefit legislation.
Identify allowable and disallowable expenses.
Work out pre-tax profit for self-employed claims.
Calculate notional income tax, notional class two and notional class four National Insurance contributions for self-employed claims.
Calculate the weekly net income of a self-employed childminder for Housing Benefit purposes
Describe the process for establishing the weekly net income of a share fisherman for Housing Benefit purposes
Who's it for?
There are no formal pre-requisites for this Assessing Housing Benefit for Self-Employed Claims course, but some experience of Housing Benefit would help you make the most out of the content.
How it's delivered:
This course is delivered ‘live on-line’ with a trainer and can be accessed via a PC, Mac or Tablet. With live online, you can interact, ask questions and practice new skills – all without leaving your desk! Perfect for dispersed teams working from home.
The scheduled course costs £195 plus VAT per delegate. If you book three places or more, you get the fourth place free!
Please get in touch for a quote if you would like to book this live online course for your organisation only.
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