hi , this is all new to me and I am like a rabbit in the headlights.
I presently work 22.5 hours per week and am trying to work out if I can stay in my home financially.
If I work more hours will I get more universal credit?
From what I have read , if I work 30 hours I will get more.Is this correct?
I am a nurse and am working extra here and there but would it be more sensible to work 30 hours ( if I can make it work with 3 kids). If it makes little difference I would prefer not to but if there is an impact of course I will do it to stay in the home.
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