Pension and Retirement
If you are an older person, find out what help may be available to you from benefits, grants and other resources.
If you're an older person, you may qualify for benefits. To check what benefits you might be entitled to quickly and easily, you can use the Turn2us Benefits Calculator.
You can also read about the benefits available for older people, select from the list:
To check what benefits you might be entitled to quickly and easily, you can use the Turn2us Benefits Calculator.
Extra money for low income pensioners to bring their weekly income up to a minimum amount. If you're 66 or over, you might be entitled.
Money paid to people who reached state pension age on or after 6 April 2016.
Money paid to people who reached state pension age before 6 April 2016.
A one-off payment made during the winter to help with heating costs. It is made to households that include someone over 66.
If you have care needs and are over pension age.
If you're under pension age and have extra care or mobility needs.
If you are struggling with housing costs, there may be benefits, grants or other financial support available to you.
To find out what help may be available from grant giving charities you can use the Turn2us Grants Search.
Advice and support
Turn2us is unable to offer advice on individual situations. To find an adviser in your area to discuss your situation with, you can use the Turn2us Find an Adviser tool.
A national charity that supports older people.
A national charity that supports older people facing financial hardship by offering information, advice and support.
A national body dedicated to alleviating poverty and tackling climate change. You can find affordable household items at your nearest reuse centre.