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How Does The  Government Meet The Needs Of Elderly
How Does The  Government Meet The Needs Of Elderly
How Does The  Government Meet The Needs Of Elderly
How Does The  Government Meet The Needs Of Elderly
How Does The  Government Meet The Needs Of Elderly
How Does The  Government Meet The Needs Of Elderly
How Does The  Government Meet The Needs Of Elderly
How Does The  Government Meet The Needs Of Elderly
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How Does The Government Meet The Needs Of Elderly

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  • 1. Title &amp; Date<br />How the Government meet the needs of the elderly?<br />What you will learn<br />
  • 2. How dose the Government help?<br />How much is the basic State Pension?<br />In 2009-2010, the full basic State Pension is £95.25 a week for a single person and £152.30 a week for a couple, but your individual circumstances may affect the amount you get.<br />Who pays for this?<br />All government assistance for the elderly is paid through current taxation and national insurance contributions. <br />
  • 3. Other Pensions<br />
  • 4. Other benefits for the elderly <br />INCOME SUPPORT<br />
  • 5. Other benefits for the elderly <br />Pension Credit is especially important if you&apos;re 60 or over and living in Great Britain. It guarantees a minimum weekly income (2009-2010) of:<br /><ul><li>£130 if you are single
  • 6. £198.45 if you have a partner </li></ul>If your income in retirement is less than this, you can get top up payments to bring you up to the guaranteed level.<br />
  • 7. Activities<br />Success Criteria<br />
  • 8. Title &amp; Date<br />How the Government meet the needs of the elderly?<br />What you will learn<br />
  • 9. Activities<br />Success Criteria<br />

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