Frequently Asked Questions - Will I get the same amount of benefit?
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On independence our proposals mean you will continue to receive benefit payments and tax credits in the same way as you do now. Becoming independent will not, in itself, change your entitlement. However, future Scottish governments can choose to do things differently from the rest of the UK. For example, this Government will stop the damaging changes to our welfare system being introduced by Westminster, including scrapping the “bedroom tax” and stopping the roll out of Universal Credit.
Source: Scotland's Future, Scottish Government, November 2013.