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I needed to find out if a person has been on SSI disability for about 7 years or so guessing, 48 years old. She has medicade which is fine except for a few things Medicade don’t cover which is eye exam and glasses, for adults, hearing, or dentures. I heard some people talking about Medicare advantage plan, but it’s got to be I believe a certain kind of disability!

Therefore, as well as establishing those matters necessary under section 112 it is also necessary to prove that the particular falsehood contained in the document or information is material, i.e. “material to the entitlement of the claimant to benefit”. The SSAA 1992 does not allow the DWP to delegate the function of determining the sufficiency of evidence date or issuing Section 116 SSAA certificates in respect of DWP benefit offences to LA officers. This applies in all cases where an LA … Read More


If you own or rent commercial premises, it is likely you will need to register for and pay business rates. However, if you are running your business from home it is unlikely you will need to pay business rates. Business rates are a tax levied on business premises by the UK government and delivered by local authorities. They are charged annually on business properties including shops, factories, offices, warehouses, bars and more. On the positive side, once you’re VAT registered and have your VAT number you can purchase products from other businesses VAT free. If your business is likely to have more than the VAT threshold in annual sales, you will need to register for VAT.

For many a small business owner, every penny needs to be accounted for. Now, you’ve worked out your core operating costs you’re in a good position to start building a budget. Creating a budget … Read More