Loans for single mothers


You must be between the ages of 16 and 59 and have at least one dependent child under the age of 12 to claim to receive one of the two allowances. The beneficiaries are unemployed, students, they work less than sixteen hours per week, or their income is insufficient or their savings do not exceed £ 16,000 (€ 18,000). Since October 26, 2009, if the youngest dependent child is 10 years old or more or if he was ten years old in 2009, the allowance may be canceled if it is received solely as a single parent. Another change is planned for October 25, 2010 and will apply if the youngest dependent child is 7 years or older in 2010. From 2010 to 2020, the age until which women can receive benefits will increase accordingly the extension of the retirement age from 60 to 65

Payment of the minimum integration income automatically entitles you to other allowances for free dental care, prescriptions and school meals, but also to the housing allowance and the local tax allowance ( Council Tax Benefit ).

If single mothers no longer housing loans for bad credit history  receive the minimum integration income, they can claim other benefits. If they have not found a job at the end of the payment of the minimum integration income or if they need to reapply as single parents, they can apply for unemployment benefit ( Jobseeker's Allowance ) or the Employment and Support Allowance , which replaces the Minimum Support Income ( Income Support ) and the Incapacity Benefit since October 27, 2008.

Child support ( Child Maintenance ) is a regular financial support paid by the non-resident father to the mother of a dependent child to help with the daily management of their child's needs. The system is put in place through the Child Support Agency



) or directly with the father of the child since October 27, 2008, because the financial responsibility of the parent does not cease when the relationship between the parents ends, and this sum can make all the difference for the mother and her child. Alimony is paid until the child turns 16 or 19 if he continues his studies until the baccalaureate. The payment calculated on the salary of the parent who is not responsible for the child is paid weekly, fortnightly or monthly. The parent who does not have daily responsibility for the child can also make payments in kind and contribute directly to clothing or school fees, for example.