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  • Claiming Benefits

    Benefits and tax credits are payments from the government to certain people on low incomes, or to meet specific needs. Read our guide to find out more about them and how to claim.

  • Prisoners on remand

    Entitlement to most benefits ceases or is suspended while you are on remand. Most benefits are paid in arrears, so you may be owed some benefits payments. You should inform the office that pays your benefit of your change of circumstances and request the arrears be paid to ...

  • Discretionary Assistance Fund

    The Discretionary Assistance Fund (DAF) provides grants to people in Wales. Grants do not need to be paid back.

  • Prisoners on release

    This guide provides information about the benefits which may be available to you if you are on release from prison, depending on your personal circumstances.

  • Prisoners - Partner in prison

    If your partner is in prison you may be eligible for benefits to help you financially. If you are already claiming benefits, some of these might change to reflect your new circumstances.

  • Severe Disability Premium

    A Severe Disability Premium is an extra amount that is included in some means-tested benefits to help with the cost of disability.

  • New State Pension

    New State Pension is money paid to people who reach State Pension age on or after 6 April 2016.

  • Claiming Personal Independence Payment (PIP)

    A guide for claiming Personal Independence Payment, the different stages of the claim process and what to expect

  • Personal Independence Payment - PIP Assessment

    A straightforward guide to the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) test, what the activities are and what you can score points for

  • Presence and Residence Tests

    To get most benefits you have to be present in the UK and pass tests regarding your residency. This guide explains more about this.