Calculator for housing benefits

The amount of housing benefits is based on the number of residents in the household. It is therefore important to set the number so it reflects all the members of the household regardless of how old they are.
This refers to all taxable income, i.e. wages, pension fund payments, capital gains, insurance and disability benefits. Examples of capital gains is, for example, rental income, dividends, interest and profits on shares.
Combined assets, minus any liabilities and debts, of those members of the household 18 years of age or older (net assets).
The rent paid directly for housing. Other payments, i.e. for heating, water, electricity, etc. are not considered as rent.

This calculation of housing benefits is based on the criteria you specified and is not a binding decision on housing benefits. The calculation is based on payments of housing benefits for a full calendar year.

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