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Benefits for older people – Part 2 : Housing costs and council tax

17.08.16

The previous articles written by Jayne Knights, Benefits Expert, have been so well received we just had to have her back to discuss pension credit and additional benefits for older people. In part two of this two-part blog Jayne discusses additional benefits available to older people. Over to Jayne… In my previous blog, I discussed


Benefits for older people – Part 1: Pension Credit

08.08.16

The previous articles written by Jayne Knights, Benefits Expert, have been so well received we just had to have her back to discuss pension credit and additional benefits for older people. Over to Jayne… The political rollercoaster of the past few months has affected everything in the benefits world, and the recent appointment of Damian


What is NHS Continuing Health Care (CHC)?

28.07.16

A major concern for many people and their families is the potentially high cost of care. With weekly care fees reaching £1,000 in some areas, it is understandable that people worry about this issue. The reason for someone needing care will establish how these services are provided and, quite importantly, who pays.  If a person


Death: Practical thinking to help your family

22.06.16

We realise that talking about the plans you’re considering putting in place when you die isn’t the easiest conversation to have and many people choose to avoid the subject altogether. We would always recommend that you communicate any plans you have put in place with your family and friends to ensure your wishes are met.