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TERMINAL ILLNESS - The benefits system for people who are terminally ill needs urgent reform, according to affected families and end-of-life charities. Around 23,000 people who have been diagnosed with a terminal illness apply to the Department...

INFLATION - Finance ministers of the eurozone countries gather today in Brussels with a host of economic matters on their agenda. But there’s one issue dominating concerns: inflation. Cost of living prices have been rising across Europe in recen...

CHRISTMAS BONUS - People who receive pension or disability benefits will receive a tax-free Christmas bonus of £10. The payment will be made before 25 December, and paid directly to customers’ bank or building society. Letters will be sent out b...

Happy Anniversary To Us

Friday 05 November, 2021

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY - It is the anniversary of the birth of the Association of Pension & Benefits Claimants CIC (the ABC) as we call ourselves for short. We launched on 5th November 2014 and we have kept going ever since. We have some 3,790 article...

Are You Eligible For A Free TV Licence?

Wednesday 03 November, 2021

TV LICENCE - What can I watch without a TV Licence? Without a licence, you can legally watch: Netflix. YouTube. Amazon Prime. DVDs/Blurays. Non-BBC catch-up including ITV Player, Channel 4 on-demand, as long as it's NOT live Free TV licences can...

PENSINS UPLIFT - Conservative peer and former pensions minister Baroness Ros Altmann has challenged the Government on its decision to replace the state pension 'triple lock' with a 'double lock' for the next financial year. Pensioners are set to...

BUDGET - Two of the key points in Rishi Sunak's Autumn budget are the reduced Universal Credit taper rate and the rise in National Living Wage.  Both policy changes have the potential to help millions of Brits, but by how much? Here’s what...

THE NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE - Ahead of the autumn budget this Wednesday, the Treasury has announced that the National Living Wage is set to rise from £8.91 per hour to £9.50 for those aged 23 and over.   Workers aged 21-22 will see an in...

PENSIONS - State Pension payments are forecast to rise this week with the DWP set to confirm how much this week. Rt the moment the full basic State Pension of £137.60 would get an additional £5.50 per week, which amounts to a payment of £572.40 per m...

EXCLUSIVE REPORT - By Andrew Megson, executive chairman of My Pension Expert 2021 has been a challenging year for many, and pension planners have been no exception. From the FCA’s introduction of ‘investment pathways’, which promoting generic “c...

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