This page provides an overview of the benefits available.
There are two types of benefits available, housing benefit and council tax support, you can find further information on both below.
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** IMPORTANT NEWS AUGUST 2017 ** for clubs registered as a CASC before 1st April 2015.
The Incentive will provide two levels of payment: a payment of €7,500 over two years to an employer for each person recruited who has been unemployed for more than 12 but less than 24 months and €10,000 over two years to an employer for each person recruited who has been unemployed for more than 24 months.
The new Incentive will be payable monthly in arrears.
The purpose of the scheme is to make sure that people have enough money to afford to pay the rent of suitable housing.
If you are on a low income and you rent your home then you may be able to get Housing Benefit.
There are 6,824 clubs registered as Community Amateur Sports Clubs who have benefitted from at least £194.9 million in savings since the scheme began!The attached guide provides an overview for companies and potential investors who have heard of the Enterprise Investment Scheme and want to know more about it and how it works.It does not cover all the detailed rules, so companies and investors should not proceed solely on the basis of the information in it, and should consider seeking professional advice.Council Tax Support is a benefit given out by local Councils.The scheme provides help with Council Tax payments in two ways. This helps people on low income pay their Council Tax.