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  • Guardian's Allowance

    If you look after a child who is not your own you may be entitled to Guardian's Allowance.

  • Maternity Allowance

    Maternity Allowance is a weekly payment for some women who are pregnant or have recently given birth.

  • Statutory Adoption Pay

    If you adopt a child you may qualify for Statutory Adoption Pay during your adoption leave from work.

  • Statutory Maternity Pay

    Statutory Maternity Pay is a weekly payment for women who are on maternity leave from work.

  • Statutory Paternity Pay

    If you are a working father, or the partner of a woman having a child (including a same-sex partner), you may be able to get Statutory Paternity Pay (SPP).

  • Sure Start Maternity Grant

    A Sure Start Maternity Grant is a one-off payment of £500 to help with the costs of having a new-born or adopted baby. You will only get a maternity grant if the new baby is the only child under 16 in the household. There are special rules for multiple births.

  • Childcare element of Working Tax Credit

    The Childcare Element of Working Tax Credit is for people who work but are on a low income to help with the cost of registered or approved childcare. It does not matter whether you are working for someone else or are self-employed.

  • Benefit Changes Timetable

    This guide will provide information on the Benefit Changes Timetable.

  • Employer Supported Childcare (Childcare Vouchers)

    If you are working, you might get help with childcare costs through Employer Supported Childcare. It is up to your employer to decide whether they want to offer Employer Supported Childcare or not.

  • Benefit Cap

    The Benefit Cap is a limit to the total amount in some benefits that working-age people can receive, even if their full entitlement would otherwise be higher.