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Low Income and Visual Impairment: Do Benefits and Wages Meet Minimum Income Standards?

September 2017 Professor Donald Hirsch, Centre for Research in Social Policy (CRSP), University of Loughborough This study considers the extent to which benefits and minimum wages can provide visually impaired people with part or all of the income they need in order to meet a minimum income standard (MIS). Key Findings: •  Additional disability cost benefits often fall short of covering the extra costs visually impaired people face. •  Receipt of PIP or Attendance Allowance can also trigger supplements to other benefits, such as ESA and Pension Credit, for those who receive them. It is therefore necessary to take...

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