As you will read here, contribution based ESA is taxable and income based ESA is not taxable. If your husband receives contribution based ESA, he will pay tax on it at 20%. If you look here, you'll read that PIP is not taxable.
I hope this helps but let me know if you have any further questions.
It is. Doesn't the trust pay tax? If so, your husband should get credit for that against his tax liability?
If its a Jersey trust, it probably pays no tax so the tax figure makes sense.
I'll find the pages for you.
See box 41 on page F6 here. See the notes on page FN11 here.
There is no tax relief for the types of expenditure you mention. If your husband is over 65, he may be entitled to tax free attendance allowance which you can read about here and here. You may be entitled to carer's allowance which you can read about here.
Thanks. I'm sorry I can't give you any good news.
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