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Benefits options for ex-military in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

Do you need immediate help and advice via our contact centre? Call us now on 0808 802 1212 , text 81212 or use live chat There are various ways for you to claim benefits based on your income...


Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) entitlement in Scotland

If you are employed, but off sick, you are entitled to statutory sick pay (SSP). It is the minimum legal amount that your employer must pay you if you are off for more than four days in a row. Some...


Budgeting Loans in Northern Ireland

Budgeting Loans are interest-free loans from the social fund available for people receiving certain benefits for at least six months. A Budgeting Loan can pay for: furniture and household items...


Statutory sick pay (SSP) entitlement in Northern Ireland

If you are employed, but off sick, you are entitled to statutory sick pay (SSP). It is the minimum legal amount that your employer must pay you if you are off for more than four days in a row. Some...


War Widow(er)’s Railcard

Families of deceased Service personnel and certain groups of veterans can receive reduced price, or free travel through one of three schemes: War Widows/Widowers HM Forces Railcard War Widows Senior...


Budgeting Loans in Scotland

Budgeting Loans are interest-free loans from the social fund available for people receiving certain benefits for at least six months. A Budgeting Loan can pay for: furniture and household items...


Benefits - other organisations that can help

  Age UK Age UK's vision is to make the UK a great place to grow older. We do this by inspiring, supporting and enabling in a number of ways, including projects for veterans. The Age UK network...


Benefits options for ex-military in Scotland

There are various ways for you to claim benefits based on your income, contributions and circumstances. The Department of Work and Pensions offers expert information on the types of benefits you are...


Disability benefit appeals - Self representation Scotland

If the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) changes your Disability Living Allowance (DLA) or Personal Independence Payment (PIP), you can challenge the decision. There are strict time limits...


Guardian’s Allowance in Scotland

You could receive Guardian's Allowance if you are raising a child whose parents have died. It is a tax-free benefit received in addition to Child Benefit. To be eligible for Guardian's Allowance, you...