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Hardship fund prezi (Fastrack Jan 2016)

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Fastrack Funding
Single student
with no dependants
(partner or child(ren)
What evidence is needed?
Student with partner and children
Student with partner
What evidence is needed?
Single parent
Yes , if:
- your gross income (April '15 to April '16) was
less than £16,845pa
OR
- your last three pay slips evidence a projected annual income of less than £16,845pa
OR
- you have provided a P45 or
- letter from your employer detailing you have ceased work and the date this is effective from
OR YOU CAN PROVIDE ONE OF THE PIECES OF EVIDENCE LISTED BELOW
Case study
Case study
How do I apply for Fastrack funding?
Are you eligible to apply?
Yes , if:
- your gross income (April '15 to April '16) was less than £16,845pa
OR
- your last three pay slips evidence a projected
annual income of less than £16,845pa
OR
- you have provided a P45 or
- letter from your employer detailing you have ceased work and the date this is effective from
OR YOU CAN PROVIDE ONE OF THE PIECES OF EVIDENCE LISTED BELOW
Evidence
P60 (Apr' 15 to Apr' 16). If your P60 doesn't cover the whole tax year, provide the last 3 wage slips. If your gross income was in excess of £16,845, but you have left your job, provide your P45 or letter from your employer stating you've left your job and date this is effective from
OR
Evidence of Working Tax Credit received
OR
Evidence of an NHS tax credit exemption certificate
OR
Evidence of Housing Benefit
OR
Evidence of Council Tax Benefit
OR
Evidence of Job Seekers Allowance
OR
Evidence of income related ESA
Case study
What evidence is needed?
Evidence
P60 (Apr' 15 to Apr' 16). If your P60 doesn't cover the whole tax year, provide the last 3 wage slips. If your gross income was in excess of £16,845, but you have left your job, provide your P45 or letter from your employer stating you've left your job
OR
Evidence of receipt of the max rate of Child Tax Credit
OR
Evidence of an NHS tax credit exemption certificate
OR
Evidence of Housing Benefit
OR
Evidence of Council Tax Benefit
OR
Evidence of Job Seekers Allowance
OR
Evidence of income related ESA
Evidence of Income Support
Yes , if:
- The combined gross income (April '15 to April '16) of you and your partner was less than £18,845pa
OR
- your last three pay slips of you and your partner evidence a projected annual income of less than £18,845pa
OR
- you have provided a P45 or
- letter from your employer detailing you have ceased work and the date this is effective from AND the gross annual income of your partner is less than £18,845pa
OR YOU CAN PROVIDE ONE OF THE PIECES OF EVIDENCE LISTED BELOW
Evidence
P60s (Apr' 15 to Apr' 16). If your P60s don't cover the whole tax year, provide the last 3 wage slips. If your combined gross income was in excess of £18,845, but you have left your job, provide your P45 or letter from your employer stating you've left your job
OR
Evidence of Working Tax Credit received or that you're in receipt of the maximum rate of Child Tax Credits
OR
Evidence of an NHS tax credit exemption certificate
OR
Evidence of Housing Benefit
OR
Evidence of Council Tax Benefit
OR
Evidence of Job Seekers Allowance
OR
Evidence of income related ESA
Case study
Yes , if:
- The combined gross income (April '15 to April '16) of you and your partner was less than £18,845pa
OR
- your last three pay slips of you and your partner evidence a projected annual income of less than £18,845pa
OR
- you have provided a P45 or
- letter from your employer detailing you have ceased work and the date this is effective from AND the gross annual income of your partner is less than £18,845pa
OR YOU CAN PROVIDE ONE OF THE PIECES OF EVIDENCE LISTED BELOW
Evidence

P60 (Apr' 15 to Apr' 16). If your P60s doesn't cover the whole tax year, provide the last 3 wage slips. If your combined gross income was in excess of £18,845, but you have left your job, provide your P45 or letter from your employer stating you've left your job
OR
If you receive Child and/or Working Tax Credit, please also provide your most recent award letters
OR
Evidence of an NHS tax credit exemption certificate
OR
Evidence of Housing Benefit
OR
Evidence of Council Tax Benefit
OR
Evidence of Job Seekers Allowance
OR
Evidence of income related ESA
What evidence is needed?
Evidence of Income Support
What Fastrack funding can you apply for?
Support with travel costs into Uni
Support with childcare costs whilst on course (over and above any free childcare provision)
Support with Hall Fees (in certain circumstances)
STEP 1 -
View
this presentation all the way through
STEP 2 - The
application form
will appear on the Fastrack website on the 15.02.16. Download and print off.
STEP 2 - If you have any
queries
, call us (details at the top of this slide) OR take part in our Fastrack Live Chat on the 09.05.16
STEP 3 -
Drop in
with your completed form and paperwork at registration (25.05.16)
STEP 4 - There will be limited
drop-ins
beyond this (which will be detailed on thr front of the application form)
Are you eligible to apply?
Are you eligible to apply?
Are you eligible to apply?
Tom
Tom works full-time in an office and has an annual income of £12,012. He gives up his job to start the fastrack course.
As he has left his job, he provides
his P45.
Charlotte
Charlotte is a single parent with two children.
As she receives the maximum rate of Child Tax Credit, she provides her Tax Credit Award Notification as evidence of her low income.
Dan
Dan lives with his wife and two children. Dan doesn't work as he looks after his children but his wife works part-time. They also receive Child Tax Credit.
Dan provides his wife's P60 and his Child Tax Credit Award Letter.
We require this for both you and your partner
We require this for both you and your partner
Steven
Steven lives with his partner who works full-time. Prior to starting the Fastrack course, Steven also worked full-time but he has now left this job.
Steven provides his partner's P60, and his P45.
Please note – whether you are eligible to apply will be depend on an assessment carried out of your and your partner’s income (if applicable)

The following slides are to be used as a guide
http://tinyurl.com/z7phycl
Type in this weblink for more info on possible Fastrack funding
Money Advice Team
Telephone - 01695 657250
Email - moneyadvice@edgehill.ac.uk
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