Private landlords will be one of the most significant groups affected by the switch to Universal Credit. This post is adapted from an email exchange I had with a private landlord about Universal Credit and summarises his main concerns and data points.
The following report based on in-depth interviews with Leicesters troubled families find that state intervention can make life a lottery for troubled families. State Intervention often undermines work and parenting. Debt often results from materialism and short term perspectives on … Continued
Universal Credit and Financial Management Skills Universal Credit will be paid monthly directly to a nominated bank account within a household. This has led to concerns over the ability of Universal Credit claimants to manage their finances. Housing associations used … Continued