Incapacity Benefit (IB) is a UK welfare benefit that was introduced in 1995 by a
Conservative government. It is no longer available to new claimants. The benefit
Incapacity Benefit is help if you couldn't work because of an illness or disability
before 31 January 2011 - rates and changes to Incapacity Benefit.
Since 31 January 2011 no new Incapacity Benefit claims have been accepted.
You should claim Employment and Support Allowance instead.
Incapacity Benefit is payable to people who are sick or disabled and have been
incapable of work for four or more days in a row and who are not entitled to ...
Incapacity Benefit is paid to people who are unable to work and have paid
enough National Insurance Contributions. It was replaced by Employment and ...
Jun 28, 2010 ... Ministers looking to make savings have set their sights on the bill for incapacity
benefit - but how does the system work at present? Some 2.6m ...
(Social Welfare) (in Britain) a regular government payment made to people who
are unable to work for an extended period through disability. Collins English ...
Moving from incapacity benefit (IB) to employment and support allowance (ESA).
You can no longer make a new claim or a linked claim for incapacity benefit or ...
A Guide to Incapacity Benefit which gives financial help to people who are not
working because they are sick or disabled.
Apr 2, 2013 ... I had my assessment a few wks ago, Ive just got the letter saying that i will no
longer be getting Incapacity, but i can appeal, which i am going to ...