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Separated parents told: Agree on child support or face fees

Separated parents face a charge for administering child maintenance payments unless they can reach an amicable agreement

21 May 2014

Thousands of tenants to get bedroom tax rebate

A loophole means bedroom tax doesn't apply to certain renters who have lived in the same home for more than 17 years

10 January 2014

Universal credit: Most claimants unprepared, Citizens Advice says

Most people who will be claiming the new universal credit aren't prepared for the changeover, Citizens Advice says

6 November 2013

'Rip-off' pension charges targeted by Government

The Government is considering banning all pension charges above 0.75% a year

30 October 2013

Workplace pensions face shake-up - with a crackdown on duff schemes

Your pension could be better value in future with plans unveiled to shake up workplace schemes

19 September 2013

State pension changes to make workers worse off, unions say

Workers on an average wage will be £29 a week worse off under reforms to the state pension, according to the TUC

21 August 2013

Benefits cap comes into force

A cap limiting the amount of benefits households can receive each week, has come into force today in parts of the UK

15 July 2013

Benefits shake-up: Universal credit trial begins

Universal credit, which replaces job seeker's allowance and other tax credits will be launched in four areas today

29 April 2013

Changing job? Your pension should follow you, Government says

New plans should make it easier for people to take pensions with them when they take up new jobs

24 April 2013

MPs vote to limit benefit rises to 1%

A key vote to decide whether the annual increase in most benefits will be capped at 1% until 2016 will take place today

8 January 2013