Category: Finance

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State Pension: Can State Pension be backdated?

State Pension: Can State Pension be backdated?

State Pension is available to individuals once they reach a certain age to help with the costs of living during retirement. This payment offers a l [...]
PIP: Claimants could be entitled to an extra £4,600 in cash – eligibility explained

PIP: Claimants could be entitled to an extra £4,600 in cash – eligibility explained

PIP is formally known as Personal Independence Payments, providing support to those with a disability or long term health condition. The amount of [...]
Self Assessment: HMRC urged to extend deadline by two weeks – 'deteriorating situation'

Self Assessment: HMRC urged to extend deadline by two weeks – 'deteriorating situation'

Bearing this in mind, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak, alongside HMRC, has been called upon to take action on the matter and provide a reprieve for self [...]
Universal Credit claimants could receive an extra £500 during COVID-19 – are you eligible?

Universal Credit claimants could receive an extra £500 during COVID-19 – are you eligible?

Universal Credit payments are available to those who are on a low income or individuals who are out of work. The benefits system, overseen by the D [...]
State pension payments will increase for married women this year – full details on rates

State pension payments will increase for married women this year – full details on rates

For the older state pension scheme, a person will be entitled dependent on when they are born - before April 6, 1951 for men, and before April 6, 1 [...]
Universal Credit cut: How much Universal Credit will I lose in Government cut?

Universal Credit cut: How much Universal Credit will I lose in Government cut?

The influential Northern Research Group, representing Tories in the North and Midlands, has applied pressure on Mr Sunak to keep the rate the same. [...]
SEISS UK: Self-employed to benefit following 'great victory' in Supreme Court ruling

SEISS UK: Self-employed to benefit following 'great victory' in Supreme Court ruling

SEISS grants will be paying out once more over the coming weeks as the third application deadline is quickly approaching. As the summer approaches, [...]
Inheritance tax: Warning issued on 'dodgy' heir hunters as probate issues arise – be aware

Inheritance tax: Warning issued on 'dodgy' heir hunters as probate issues arise – be aware

Inheritance tax can be levied on the estate of someone who has died and is passing on their assets. However, often it can be unclear as to who is m [...]
State pension: How to build National Insurance records while being unemployed – act now

State pension: How to build National Insurance records while being unemployed – act now

So long as a person is eligible for a state pension, they'll need to take action to receive it as they're not paid out automatically.Claims for sta [...]
Universal Credit warning: DWP back payments may reduce income – full details on rules

Universal Credit warning: DWP back payments may reduce income – full details on rules

To be eligible for Universal Credit initially, a claimant will need to be on a low income or out of work entirely.They will also need to be aged be [...]
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