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Form AA1A

Claiming attendance allowance

Last updated 05 September 2014

If your husband, wife or civil partner has died you may be able to get Bereavement Payment, a one-off, lump-sum payment of £2,000 that's tax-free

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Form SF500

Budgeting Loans

Last updated 05 September 2014

If you're on a low income and need help with certain important costs, you may be able to get an interest-free Budgeting Loan from the Social Fund that you pay back

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Form DS700

Carer's allowance

Last updated 05 September 2014

Carer's Allowance is a benefit paid to informal carers of people who are severely disabled.

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Form SF300

Community care grant

Last updated 01 July 2012

If you need financial help to live independently in the community or to ease exceptional pressure on you and your family you may be able to get a Community Care Grant. You don't have to pay it back.

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Form BI104

Constant Attendance Allowance – Industrial Injuries

Last updated 01 July 2012

If you need daily care because of a disability and you get Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit or a War Disablement Pension, you can claim Constant Attendance Allowance (CAA).

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Form HCTB1

Housing benefit and council tax benefit

Last updated 05 September 2014

If you're on a low income, whether you're working or not, and need financial help to pay your Council Tax bill, you may be able to get Council Tax Benefit

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Form SF401

Crisis loans

Last updated 01 July 2012

If you need financial help with an emergency or disaster you may be able to get a Crisis Loan; the interest-free loan from the Social Fund that you pay back

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Form DLA1A

Disability living allowance

Last updated 01 July 2012

There are two parts to Disability Living Allowance − the care part and the mobility part. You can get money for just one part, or for both.

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Form SF200

Funeral payments

Last updated 05 September 2014

If you're on a low income and need help to pay for a funeral you're arranging, you may be able to get a Funeral Payment from the Social Fund. You might have to repay some or all of it from the estate of the person who died

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Form BG1

Guardian's allowance

Last updated 05 September 2014

Guardian's Allowance is a tax free benefit paid to someone who is looking after a child whose parents have died. In some circumstances it can be paid when only one parent has died

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BG1 Guidance

Guardian's allowance notes

Last updated 05 September 2014

Use this guidance with reference to complete the fornm BG1.

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Form SC1

Incapacity benefit

Last updated 01 July 2012

Use this guidance with reference to complete the fornm BG1.

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Form BI100A

Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit - accident

Last updated 05 September 2014

You may be able to get Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit (accidents) if you are ill or disabled because of an accident or event that happened at work or in connection with work

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Form BI100PD

Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit - disease or deafness

Last updated 01 July 2012

You can claim Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit (diseases) if you were employed in a job that caused your disease.

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Form A1

Income support

Last updated 05 September 2014

There are several ways you can claim Income Support. To do so you need to tell Jobcentre Plus about your income, where you live and who lives with you

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Form MA1

Maternity allowance

Last updated 05 September 2014

If you're pregnant or have a new baby but don't qualify for Statutory Maternity Pay (SMP) from any employer, you may be able to claim Maternity Allowance (MA) through Jobcentre Plus

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Form BR19

State Pension statement

Last updated 05 September 2014

You can get a State Pension forecast if you are more than 30 days away from State Pension age when we process your application

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Form BR1

State pension

Last updated 05 September 2014

Your State Pension is based on the National Insurance (NI) contributions you have paid, or have been treated as paying, or been credited with, during your working life. There may be different parts in your State Pension, for example basic State Pension and additional State Pension

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Form BI103

Reduced earnings allowance

Last updated 01 July 2012

Reduced Earnings Allowance (REA) is a separate benefit to Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit. It can be paid on its own or in addition to Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit

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Form SF100

Sure Start Maternity Grant

Last updated 05 September 2014

If you're on a low income, the Sure Start Maternity Grant is a one-off payment to help towards costs of a new baby. The grant comes from the Social Fund and you don't have to repay it

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Form VAD1A

Vaccine damage payment

Last updated 05 September 2014

Complete this form if you believe you or the person you are representing are severally disabled as a result of vaccination.

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