Do you think you might be entitled to British benefits, but are not sure which ones? If so, use the free Benefits Adviser to learn if you qualify for benefits and how to apply.
Questions Are Anonymous
Navigating the British benefits system can be time consuming as well as confusing. However, thanks to the Benefits Adviser, you can find answers to your questions in next to no time for yourself, a family member or someone else you know. All you need to do is answer some questions anonymously about your savings, income and outgoing expenses to determine whether you qualify for benefits.
What You Need to Get Started
In order to get the most benefit from the Benefits Adviser, you will need to collect information that will help you to fully answer the questions. Some of the information that you will need in order to fully answer the questions include the amount of savings you have in the bank, current earnings, information on benefits or pensions you are receiving, outgoings (such as Council Tax, rent or mortgage or childcare expenses) and your Local Housing Allowance rate if you are renting from a private landlord.
How the Benefits Adviser Can Help You
According to Directgov, the Benefits Adviser is a tool that can help you to check which benefits you may be entitled to and you can even receive an estimate of the benefits or tax credits you may receive. If you circumstances change, you can even compare estimates. The answers you receive can be saved for up to seven days, downloaded and printed for future reference.
Is the Benefits Adviser Suitable for All?
The Benefits Adviser is not suitable for everyone. For example, if you are under the age of 18, a non-UK national, living in a nursing or residential home, the Benefits Adviser will not be suitable. Click here and then choose from the subcategories that refer to your personal circumstances.
The Benefits Adviser is a useful tool for those who believe they are entitled to British benefits. To get started, you will need to provide information relating to your earnings, savings and outgoings. However, the Benefits Adviser is not suitable for all, particularly those under the age of 18, non-UK nationals and those who live in residential or nursing homes.