Benefits System

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Benefits System

1. See: Social Security.

2. A predominately British term for welfare programs.
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create an effective child benefit system to keep working parents out of poverty;
We are issuing this checklist, which reflects JFMIP's Benefit System (JFMIP-SR-01-01, September 2001), to assist (1) agencies in implementing and monitoring their benefit systems and (2) managers and auditors in reviewing their benefit systems to determine if they substantially comply with FFMIA.
Sagehorn also will continue to receive health benefits as well as retirement costs from the state's public employee benefit system.
The study also found that pharmacy benefit design in consumer driven health care (CDH) continues to be predominantly a standard tiered benefit system.
The General Objective of the assignment is to analyse the existing child benefit system and provide inputs for reform of the social assistance system.
The Welsh Local Government Association welcomed the report by the Welsh Affairs Committee which acknowledged changes to the UK housing benefit system will have a greater impact in Wales.
I wish those in Westminster would please stop making major changes to the benefit system.
The transition from the old benefit system to Universal Credit will take place in three phases over four years, ending in 2017.
Universal Credit, which will replace income-related support from 2013, will simplify the benefit system making it even harder for fraud and making the benefit system far easier to administer.
Summary: Radical reforms to the benefit system have come under renewed attack from an alliance of 30 cancer charities.
A lapse in the benefit system must take some blame.
The Integrated Family Support would be more generous than the current tax credit and benefit system to people entering work and striving to increase low earnings.