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If you are employed and self-employed, please select one answer and total your work hours when asked. If you are not employed but have worked in the last 2 years we will ask for more information to see if you could get help based on your national insurance contributions.
If you have more than one job please add the hours worked together and enter the total hours worked here. If the number of hours worked varies from week to week, use an average figure. Include hours worked as regular overtime.If you are employed but are on leave from work, for example sick leave or maternity, paternity or adoption leave, you should enter the hours you are currently working, this may be 0. Click on the help icon for further information about what to enter here.Include hours worked for payment or in expectation of payment; this can include time spent advertising, providing quotes and travelling to customers. If you are employed as well as self-employed, please add the hours worked together and enter the total here. If the number of hours you spend working varies from week to week, use an average figure
Please select 'Current claim' if you receive or have successfully applied for a disability or sickness benefit. Select 'Recent claim' if you received a disability benefit in the last six months. Common disability benefits are Attendance Allowance, Disability Living Allowance (DLA), Personal Independence Payment (PIP), Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) and Statutory Sick Pay (SSP).
Answer 'yes' if you have have a health condition that affects your daily living or mobility but aren't claiming a disability benefit.
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