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  • Statutory Maternity Pay

    Statutory Maternity Pay is a weekly payment for women who are on maternity leave from work.

  • Statutory Paternity Pay

    If you are a working father, or the partner of a woman having a child (including a same-sex partner), you may be able to get Statutory Paternity Pay (SPP).

  • Statutory Sick Pay

    Statutory Sick Pay is money paid to you by your employer if you are sick and unable to work.

  • Student Support

    Students in universities and colleges of higher education may be able to get help with tuition fees, the costs of their course and their living expenses by getting student support in the form of student grants (including bursaries) or loans from the Government.

  • Support for Mortgage Interest Loan

    Support for Mortgage Interest Loan is help towards paying the interest payments on your mortgage or other loans for home purchase, repairs and home improvements. This help is in the form of a loan.

  • Sure Start Maternity Grant

    A Sure Start Maternity Grant is a one-off payment of £500 to help with the costs of having a new-born or adopted baby. You will only get a maternity grant if the new baby is the only child under 16 in the household. There are special rules for multiple births.

  • Tax Credits Overpayments

    A tax credit overpayment can happen if: - you give incorrect or incomplete information when making or renewing a claim - you fail to notify a change of circumstance - you don’t report significant increases in income - you don’t renew your tax credits on...

  • TV and Telephone costs

    Find out more about the help with TV and telephone costs if you have a disability.

  • 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...

  • Valuation Tribunal (England and Wales)

    If you appeal against a Council Tax Support (Council Tax Reduction) decision in England or Wales, a Valuation Tribunal will deal with your appeal. This guide goes through the process of what happens after your appeal is received.