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How much are a retired couple age 67 and 77 claiming housing benit and council tax allowed in savings before it affects their benifit

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You will need to increase this years budget by 6.5% to cover the offset in new tax revenues.

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The occupier pays poll tax, not the owner. So it could go on indefinately.
Check with your local council.

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