The amount of money households have for spending or saving
Employees, self-employed and pensioners who are liable to pay income tax.
Figures by both place of residence and place of work
Private-sector estimates by place of work using a 2015 rate of £7.85 per hour
The Claimant Count - those Universal Credit claimants required to seek work and be available for work, plus all Jobseeker's Allowance claimants. See the unemployment section for official unemployment statistics
Payment for people on a low income or out of work, and is replacing over time various in and out of work benefits
Numbers are affected by the roll out of Universal Credit. No longer monitored monthly here. See the Claimant Count.
To be replaced over time by Universal Credit
A payment to people bringing up children or a young person, and is designed to help with the extra costs this entails
The current income support benefit which is to be replaced over time by universal credit
Benefit to be replaced over time by universal credit
To be replaced over time by universal credit
Personal independence payments are replacing disability living allowances for people aged 16 to 64 from April 2013.
Combined results for ESA, incapacity benefit and SDA, income support, pension credit, DLA and attendance allowance plus a few others. Excludes universal credit
Contribution towards help with personal care for persons aged 65 or over.
Figures by household for a particular point in time
Caseload numbers and average weekly benefits for Lancashire authorities