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Sign in to your Universal Credit account - report a change, add a note to your journal, see your payments and do other tasks
Universal Credit is replacing 6 other benefits with a single monthly payment if you're out of work or on a low income - eligibility, how to prepare.
Universal Credit is a payment to help with your living costs. It’s paid…
You may be able to get Universal Credit if you’re on a low income or need…
Universal Credit is paid monthly. How much you get depends on: your…
If you or your partner are working, how much Universal Credit you get will…
Universal Credit is paid once a month, usually into your bank, building…
You can apply for Universal Credit online. You need to create an account.…
If you need help to pay your bills or cover other costs while you wait for…
To get Universal Credit payments, you’ll need to accept an agreement…
You need to report changes to your circumstances so you keep getting the…
If you’re in financial difficulties, you can get help and advice from the…
Find out how much State Pension you could get (your forecast), when you could get it and how you could increase it
Search and apply for jobs in Great Britain using ‘Find a job’.
Work out your State Pension age and Pension Credit qualifying age
Find out what benefits you could get, how much you could get and how to claim
Find out if you've paid enough National Insurance to qualify for the full State Pension - check gaps, contributions and credits, get a National Insurance statement, call the helpline.
Pension Credit is extra money for pensioners to bring your weekly income up to a minimum amount - what you'll get, apply, eligibility.
Personal Independence Payment (PIP) replaces Disability Living Allowance (DLA) - how and when to claim, rates, eligibility.
How to set up or manage a child maintenance arrangement, including what to do if a parent does not pay, how to contact the Child Maintenance Service, and signing in to your account.
Apply for Carer's Allowance - money to help you look after someone who needs to be cared for. Apply online or use form DS700.
Use this calculator to work out an amount of child maintenance for your children.
How to get and claim your State Pension, State Pension age - for men born on or after 6 April 1951 and women born on or after 6 April 1953.
Attendance Allowance helps pay for your personal care if you've reached State Pension age and are disabled - rates, eligibility, apply, claim form AA1.
Find the contact details for a pension provider by using the Pension Tracing Service
Find out what benefits and financial support you may be able to get.
What to do if you lose your National Insurance number, information about where to find it and who to contact.
Use the Attendance Allowance claim form to apply for financial help for your personal care if you're disabled and State Pension age or older.
What you need to do to get your State Pension online.
Get an estimate of how much Pension Credit you may be entitled to
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