How much is a U.K. carer's allowance?


As of 2012, the carer's allowance in the UK is 58.45 pounds per week. If you get other state benefits, such as a state pension, this amount is then reduced. If the value of other benefits exceeds 58.45 pounds, you will not be entitled to the carer's allowance.
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Starlight is correct, however mine is paid every week. They still do weekly if you prefer it that way. It is £55.55 but as Starlight said, other benefits can be affected by
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