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    Working 25 hours 7th Sep 17 at 1:17 PM
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    Do you meet the criteria for the disability element of WTC?

    https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/534178/TC956_04_16_1.0.pdf
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    For up to 16 hours this is permitted work and my current benefits would not be affected
    Originally posted by msrt5mp2
    It's not that simple. Permitted Work is precisely that, work which DWP permits a claimant to do. A claimant can't simply start work without the agreement of DWP. There is also an income limit as well as a limit on working hours. It's not just a case that you can work 16 hours without benefit being affected. Far too many people are given that impression.
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