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Turn2us Charging Policy

Find out more about our fee structure for our intermediary Benefits Calculator

In order to make sure that we can continue to offer resources such as our intermediary Benefits Calculator, we make a small charge for commercial organisations, local authorities, large charities (annual turnover more than £1 million) and housing associations to access this service.

The following table sets out our fee structure for each organisation sector:
Sector MyTurn2us intermediary account Intermediary Benefits Calculator annual licence fee Workshop fee Use Intermediary Grants Search 
Small charities, not-for-profit groups or social enterprises (annual turnover less than £1 million) Free Free Free Free
Commercial organisations, housing associations, local authorities or large charities (annual turnover more than £1 million) Free £150 per intermediary Free Free
Turn2us partner organisations (i.e. working with Turn2us on an agreed project or service) Free Free Free Free

Intermediary Benefits Calculator: commercial organisations, local authorities, housing associations and large charities (annual turnover more than £1 million)

In order to help us continue to offer help and support to people in financial hardship, we ask commercial organisations, local authorities, housing associations and large charities (annual turnover more than £1 million) to contribute to the development costs by paying an annual fee of £150 (incl. VAT) for each intermediary Benefits Calculator licence. 

See our Intermediary User Guide for more information on the intermediary Benefits Calculator

Turn2us intermediary workshops

We offer free workshops to train intermediaries on how to use the Turn2us tools to help their clients.

See our Workshops section for more information on Turn2us training

More information

Please contact Kathie Clark if you would like further information about fees for Turn2us Intermediary Benefit Calculator licences.

See also our Commercial Partnerships page.

Date of publication: 5 September 2017