How To Search For Jobs Online

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Table of Contents Introduction Nowadays if you’re looking to find a job one, of the first places you look should be online. In the past, most people who were looking for work bought the local newspaper. You could also find jobs looking in windows for posters advertising vacancies. Now, almost every business and workplace will […]

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Personal Independence Payment (PIP)

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What is the Personal Independence Payment or PIP? Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is a benefit to help with the extra costs of a long-term health condition or disability for people aged 16 to 64. You can spend it on whatever it is you need to help you complete daily tasks easily or live with more […]

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Postgraduate Funding – Student Finance England

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For the first time, the government are offering tuition fee loans to postgraduates. If you are an English student and starting a master’s degree, you could get up to £10,609 to pay for the course. If you’re starting a PhD, you can get up to £25,000 to help with course fees and living costs. Unlike […]

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Postgraduate Funding – Student Finance Wales

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For the first time, the government are offering tuition fee loans to postgraduates. If you are a Welsh student and starting a master’s degree, you could get up to £10,609 to pay for the course. If you’re starting a PhD, you can get up to £25,000 to help with course fees and living costs. Unlike […]

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How To Apply For Universal Credit?

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Table of Contents The government say that Universal Credit will be easier to claim than other benefits. Everything related to your claim can be done and managed online. You can make a new application using the Universal Credit website. If you are part of a couple, you should apply together. After you create your account […]

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Other Financial Support

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Hardship Payment Hardship payments are available if you find yourself struggling to afford basic things. This works like a loan, which you will pay back through future Universal Credit payments. To apply, you have to be at least 18 years of age and prove that you tried every other option to support yourself. Advanced Payment […]

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Universal Credit Scotland

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If you live in Scotland, Universal Credit is different than the rest of the United Kingdom. If you live in a ‘full service’ area, you have more choice in payment structure. After the first month’s full payment, you can choose to receive payments twice a month. You can also choose if your housing amount goes […]

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Universal Credit Northern Ireland

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Everyone in Northern Ireland will get paid twice a month automatically. You can opt out and change this to one payment a month if you wish. Your housing payments will go straight to the landlord like in Scotland. If you want, you choose to receive it yourself and then pay your landlord. Universal Credit is […]

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Universal Credit for families with more than two children

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The amount you get in Universal Credit will increase for your first two children. But for your third child or further children born after 6 April 2017, the amount you won’t receive any more. Some exceptions to this apply: You have made a Universal Credit claim for three children within the past six months and […]

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Universal Credit Account Login

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You can log into your Universal Credit account using the following link: https://www.gov.uk/sign-in-universal-credit You should log in using the username and password you received when you first started your claim. If you can’t remember it, contact your local Jobcentre. You can use your account to manage your Universal Credit claim and payments. You can use […]

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