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  • Childcare element of Working Tax Credit

    The Childcare Element of Working Tax Credit is for people who work but are on a low income to help with the cost of registered or approved childcare. It does not matter whether you are working for someone else or are self-employed.

  • Employer Supported Childcare (Childcare Vouchers)

    If you are working, you might get help with childcare costs through Employer Supported Childcare. It is up to your employer to decide whether they want to offer Employer Supported Childcare or not.

  • State Pension age changes

    State Pension age is the earliest age at which you can get your State Pension. The age for men and women is changing. Read this guide to find out more.

  • Tax Free Childcare

    Tax-Free Childcare is a new scheme which is being rolled out gradually from 21 April 2017 and will offer working families 20% support towards qualifying childcare costs up to certain limits. It will eventually replace the directly contracted childcare and childcare vouche...

  • Incapacity Benefits: Reassessment Process

    If you are claiming one of the following benefits, you will be reassessed by the Department for Work and Pensions to see if you are fit for work or should be moved onto a different benefit such as Employment and Support Allowance or Jobseeker's Allowance: - Incapacity Benef...

  • Universal Credit (UC) timetable

    The rolling out of the full digital service of Universal Credit to all areas of the country was completed on 12 December 2018 for new claims or for people having to make a new claim due to a change of circumstance. This guides provides information on the next stages and gives...

  • Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)

    Employment and Support Allowance is money for people who have illnesses or disabilities that make it hard for them to work

  • Pension Credit

    Pension Credit is extra money for low income pensioners to bring their weekly income up to a minimum amount.

  • Healthy Start Food Vouchers - England, Wales, Northern Ireland

    If you are pregnant or have a child under four years old and live in England, Wales or Northern Ireland, you could get Healthy Start Vouchers to help buy some basic foods.

  • Council Tax Support

    Localised Council Tax Support schemes provide help for people on low incomes with their Council Tax bill. The schemes apply differently in different parts of Great Britain.