Council Tax Support

Non dependant deductions

Anyone who lives with you and is over 18 who is not your partner, dependant child, joint tenant or sub-tenant, is called a "non-dependant" and they are expected to help towards your council tax. An amount is taken from your Council Tax Support - even if you do not get any money from them. The amount that is deducted depends upon the non-dependant's age and income.

Below shows the various amounts that may be deducted.

 

Person aged at least 25 years receiving IS/JSA(IB)/ESA(IR)

Nil

Person aged at least 25 years receiving UC – no earned income

Nil

Person aged 24 years or less receiving IS/JSA(IB)/ESA(IR)(assessment phase)

Nil

Person aged 24 years or less receiving ESA(IR)(main phase)

Nil

Person aged 24 years or less receiving universal credit – no earned income

Nil

Person aged at least 18 years not in remunerative work and not receiving IS/JSA(IB)/ESA(IR)

£4.00

Person receiving Pension Credit

Nil

Person aged at least 18 years in remunerative work receiving gross weekly income of £207.69 or less – with or without UC

£4.00

Person aged at least 18 years in remunerative work receiving gross weekly income of £207.70 to £360.09 - with or without UC

£8.10

Person aged at least 18 years in remunerative work receiving gross weekly income of £360.10 to £447.39 - with or without UC

£10.20

Person aged at least 18 years in remunerative work receiving gross weekly income of £447.40 or more - with or without UC

£12.20

 

No deduction will be made if:

You or your partner:

  • Is blind or
  • In receipt of Attendance Allowance, Care component of Disability Living Allowance or the daily living compenent of Personal Independence Payments.

The non-dependant:

  • Is normally resident elsewhere or
  • Is a full time student or
  • Is in legal custody or
  • Has been in hospital for 52 weeks or more or
  • Is in receipt of work based training allowance
  • The claim is for Second Adult Rebate