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War Pension Scheme advice in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

If you have been injured as a result of service, or have had a condition made worse by service before 6 April 2005, you may be able to claim a War Pension. The War Pension Scheme is administered by...


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...


Armed Forces Compensation Scheme England, Wales and Northern Ireland

The Armed Forces Compensation Scheme (AFCS) is administered by Veterans UK and paid by the MOD. If you have had an illness or injury caused or made worse by service in the Armed Forces on or after 6...


Accessing financial help in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

If you are struggling to manage your finances, you may be entitled to benefits, such as disability allowance, child benefits and jobseekers allowance. Visit the GOV.UK website to learn more. Who else...


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...


Veterans' Welfare Service - support for those receiving a war pension or compensation

If you receive a War Pension, or money from the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme, you are entitled to support from the MoD Veterans Welfare Scheme (VWS) . Veterans UK provide this service. How can I...


War pension & Armed Forces compensation – reviews for deteriorating conditions (Scotland)

If you receive a War Pension and your condition deteriorates, you can apply for a review . A form, available from the Veterans UK pages on GOV.UK must be completed to apply for the review The Armed...


MoneyForce - Financial assistance for the military

MoneyForce, a joint initiative between The Royal British Legion, Standard Life Charitable Trust, and the MOD, aims to provide financial guidance to UK Service personnel. Its purpose is to help...


War Pensions and Armed Forces Compensation in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

If you have been injured because of service, or have had a condition made worse by service, you may be able to claim compensation. The MOD runs two schemes: the War Pension Scheme (WPS) for injuries...


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...