Explains how service providers must not discriminate against you, when you are claiming or receiving benefits.
How some welfare benefits you've received might reduce your compensation for discrimination at an employment tribunal (ET).
Working out whether a compensatory award for unfair dismissal falls below the threshold allowed and whether it might be reduced because you've received welfare benefits since you were dismissed.
Information on fringe benefits, including which ones are tax-free and how common fringe benefits such as company cars, meals and relocation expenses are taxed.
Extra help you could get if your benefit payments aren’t giving you enough to live on or have stopped. Find out how to apply for help from your local council or an interest-free budgeting loan.
Find out if you're eligible for Child Benefit and how to apply. Check how changes in your and your child's circumstances will affect your Child Benefit. Find out what to do if you want to appeal a Child Benefit decision.
Find out about benefits you may be able to get, how to claim them and the help you can get from a Citizens Advice Bureau. Information in British Sign Language (BSL).
Get advice on benefits, including what you're entitled to and how to claim.
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.
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.
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