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Sep 20, 2023

Eight million households to receive next £300 as dates for cost-of-living payment confirmed

Aug 11, 2023

State pension triple lock could exceed Government budget by £9bn

Aug 04, 2023

Tens of thousands miss tax credits deadline: Get in touch with HMRC now

Jun 20, 2023

Millions of disabled people get £150 payment from today

May 19, 2023

One-off £150 Disability Cost of Living Payment to hit bank accounts in June

May 17, 2023

Retirees: Last chance to claim genuine £4k bill help from the Government

May 03, 2023

Over seven million people receive £301 cost-of-living payments

Apr 03, 2023

Universal Credit claimants to get faster access to Support for Mortgage Interest scheme

Mar 23, 2023

More than £1bn yet to be paid back after government pension blunders

Mar 20, 2023

‘Help to Claim’ Universal Credit support extended

Mar 07, 2023

Special state pension boost rule extended amid surge in demand

Mar 03, 2023

Millions are not saving enough for retirement

Jan 03, 2023

Millions to receive up to £1,350 cost of living cash: Do you qualify?

Nov 29, 2022

Thousands of pensioners paid back £209.3m due to government errors

Jul 14, 2022

Millions to get £326 sent to bank accounts from today

Jun 23, 2022

No more ‘jumping through hoops’ to get free TV licence

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