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Disabled Person's Tax Credit and Disability Working Allowance Statistics

Disabled Person's Tax Credit (DPTC) replaced Disability Working Allowance (DWA) from 5th October 1999. It is a tax credit available to people who are working at least sixteen hours a week and who have an illness or disability which puts them at a disadvantage in getting a job.

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Summary Statistics United Kingdom January 2003 (90K)
Quarterly Enquiry United Kingdom October 2002 (162K)
Quarterly Enquiry United Kingdom July 2002
(167K)
Quarterly Enquiry United Kingdom April 2002
(156K)
Quarterly Enquiry United Kingdom January 2002
(105K)
Quarterly Enquiry United Kingdom October 2001(127K)
Quarterly Enquiry United Kingdom July 2001
(128K)
Quarterly Enquiry United Kingdom April 2001
(152K)
Quarterly Enquiry United Kingdom January 2001
(123K)
Quarterly Enquiry United Kingdom October 2000(119K)
Quarterly Enquiry United Kingdom July 2000 (104K)
Quarterly Enquiry United Kingdom April 2000 (103K)
Quarterly Enquiry United Kingdom January 2000 (120K)
Quarterly Enquiry United Kingdom October 1999 (137K)

[See also Working Families' Tax Credit and Family Credit Statistics ]

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