Winter Fuel Payments
Winter fuel payment recipients urged to check details after 60,000+ letters with incorrect information sent out
Tens of thousands of people who are eligible for winter fuel payments are being urged to check their details after 60,000+ letters on the scheme were sent out with incorrect information, which in a small number of cases could affect how much you're paid. Here's what to watch out for and what you need to do
4 December 2020
Feeling the chill? Check if you're eligible for winter fuel help incl £140 warm home discount
Pensioners and people on certain benefits can get £100s off their winter energy bills
24 January 2019
Hidden British Gas £270-a-year saving
Is your energy company screwing you? Slashing the amount you pay really isn't difficult -it takes just minutes
4 November 2015
The Winter MoneySaving Checklist
12 essential must-dos NOW to insulate you and your wallet
29 September 2015
The 17 DAY Big Energy Switch Event III
We've negotiated cheaper than the cheapest gas & electricity tariffs so millions can save £280/year
2 September 2015
Don't forget to claim your winter fuel payment
If you're aged 62 or over, you could be due up to £300 from the Government to help cover the cost of your energy bills
6 November 2014
Over 74? You could be owed backdated energy bill cash
Some could be eligible to claim Winter Fuel Payments for 1997/98, 1998/99 and 1999/2000 - but you need to claim now
27 March 2014
Aged over 61? You could get help with your energy bills
Most people aged over 61 are entitled to up to £300 under the Government's Winter Fuel Payment scheme
5 November 2013
Older people should check their benefits, says Age UK
A third of older people are struggling financially - but many could get help straight away, Age UK says
10 May 2013
Winter chill sparks cold weather payments
Those eligible for cold weather payments get £25 for each seven day period of bitterly chilly conditions
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