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The "Lifetime Isa", which has been available since April 2017, is an option for those who want to save up to buy their first home or build a retirement savings pot. For would-be homebuyers, the Lifetime Isa is an alternative to the Help to Buy Isa, which was introduced in December 2015. This helps those who want to buy their first property by paying a 25pc government boost on contributions of up to £200 a month.
The National Housing Federation and charity Shelter examined 86,000 online adverts for rental properties. They found that one in 10 of those adverts requested "No DSS" or "No Housing Benefit". While it is not unlawful to refuse people on benefits, Shelter said it was likely to contravene the Equality Act. The Act protects disabled people and women - who make up the majority of private sector tenants on benefits in England.