Britons have been reacting with anger to Government proposals to raise the age that people receive a free bus pass.
Attendance Allowance is a benefit paid to people over state pension age, which is 66 years, and who have certain health conditions or illnesses.
People who care for someone else could be entitled to claim a government payment of more than 3,000 per year.
The Government has provided an update as to when disability benefit claimants will get their 150 cost of living payment.
Experts are sounding the alarm that more ‘targeted support’ is needed as 2.8 million people in the UK are set to fall into fuel poverty.
Coventry Building Society has announced its plans to raise interest rates across its variable savings accounts.
Amid today’s latest Federal Reserve rate hike plus high inflation, personal finance expert and author Dave Ramsey shared advice for American consumers about getting their credit card balances down.
Unpaid carers could be able to claim an extra benefit payment worth around 491 a year. However, they will need to be living in certain parts of the UK to receive it.
According to the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) around 3.4 million pensioners are estimated to be eligible for Attendance Allowance.
There are 2.2 million Britons on Standard Variable Rates for their mortgage, meaning one in four mortgage holders are not protected against an increase in interest rates.
PENSION AGE DISABILITY PAYMENT will replace Attendance Allowance and provide financial support for older people living in Scotland.
HOMEOWNERS are worried about further interest rate rises as up to a third are already struggling to make repayments.