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I receive tax credits and extras for being on dla, i also get money for my disabled son

 

my girlfriend wants me to move in and claim together, but as far as i can see she will get £50 a week for me and extras for my son, but this is over £100 a week less than i get for myself

 

Also she cant get money for my disabilities unless i work for 16 hours or more

 

what help can i get to find out without telling tax credits what i am thinking of so dont stop my money before time?

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Use the benefits calculator here Benefits Search and play around with the figures to give yourself an idea.

 

Tax credit can give you an estimated calculation over the phone, without it affecting your money. They won't stop your money until the change has taken place.

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