Information on financial help available to people currently serving in the armed forces, veterans and dependents, covering benefits, help with school, child care and travel costs and sources of further help.
When and how to complain about the service received from those dealing with your benefits or tax credits.
What your options might be if you don’t have the right to reside and do not satisfy the conditions of the habitual residence test.
Rights of an EEA national in work or self-employed to claim benefits and the habitual residence test.
Guide to extra benefits and help you can get whilst getting Attendance Allowance
How some welfare benefits you've received might reduce your compensation for discrimination at an employment tribunal (ET).
You can claim Attendance Allowance to help you stay independent for longer if you have an illness or disability. The money can be spent on anything.
Check how much the Benefit Cap is and whether it applies to you.
Find information about the State Pension, including how much you'll get and the option to defer.
There's a quick application process to apply for Attendance Allowance for people who have been diagnosed with a terminal illness and aren't expected to live more than 6 months.
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