All news stories featuring 'Benefits'
It's not just the unemployed who can get benefits and tax credits, use our Benefits Check-up to see what you're entitled to. Here are the latest benefits news stories from Money Saving Expert.
Single parents have been sent tax credit letters from Concentrix which some say are "threatening" and "upsetting"
Three-quarters of low income families struggled with their energy bills last year, jeopardising their child's health
Overtime worked should be taken into account when holiday pay is calculated, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has ruled
Older News Stories30 October 2014
Emma Sterland from charity Scope's online community, says there are plenty of ways disabled people can cut costs15 October 2014
Disability and carers benefits are likely to rise by just 1.2% next April after inflation figures fell to a 5-year low25 June 2014
More than £20m meant to help those struggling with housing costs following benefit reforms wasn't spent by councils27 March 2014
Some could be eligible to claim Winter Fuel Payments for 1997/98, 1998/99 and 1999/2000 - but you need to claim now15 January 2014
Turn2us has launched a campaign with six key steps to help people on low incomes manage their energy bills10 January 2014
A loophole means bedroom tax doesn't apply to certain renters who have lived in the same home for more than 17 years5 December 2013
Disability and carers' benefits and the additional state pension will rise by 2.7% in April 20146 November 2013
Most people who will be claiming the new universal credit aren't prepared for the changeover, Citizens Advice says4 October 2013
Around 220,000 people who earn over £50,000 and receive child benefit should register for tax self-assessment15 July 2013
A cap limiting the amount of benefits households can receive each week, has come into force today in parts of the UK24 May 2013
Citizens Advice says the number worried about paying council tax has 'rocketed' since Government reforms were introduced10 May 2013
A third of older people are struggling financially - but many could get help straight away, Age UK says