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Say yes if you are married or live with someone as a couple, including civil partners or people you live with as if you are civil partners.
Include any children under 16, and any children aged 16 to 19 years old who you still get Child Benefit for, unless you are claiming Universal Credit and have a 19 year old, in which case please read the help text for this question before answering. If you share custody, you should only include children if you receive Child Benefit for them. If you are pregnant or adopting and include the expected child we will calculate your benefits assuming the child is born/adopted. Do not include an expected child if you want to find out your current entitlements.
For instance, a grown up child, elderly parent, joint tenant, sub-tenant or lodger.
If you are not a British or Irish national you may not be entitled to benefits in the UK, but please see our advice pages on benefits if you are not a British or Irish national.
If you read these advice pages and decide that you are fully entitled to benefits, e.g. because you are an EEA ‘worker’ or you have a ‘permanent right to reside’, then proceed through the calculator as if you were a British or Irish national.
Important: If you’re a full time student, in hospital, a prisoner, on strike or living abroad we cannot guarantee the accuracy of our estimates.
As the calculator does not calculate entitlements accurately for these groups we recommend seeing an adviser to understand your personal circumstances.
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