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تحقق هؤلاء الرجال بها انظر هنا Are you doing all you can to ensure that you get all of the benefits to which you are entitled? If you’re part of the quarter of pensioners who aren’t, you could be missing out on up to £3,631 a year, while the average pensioner fails to claim benefits totalling £650 a year.
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اسهم السوق السعودي مباشر Boost your income
لماذا لا نحاول ذلك The figures from Just Retirement are supported by official figures from the Department of Work and Pensions, which shows that the number of individuals claiming pension credit has fallen by 130,000 in the last year. Meanwhile, the number of pensioners continues to grow as the baby boomers reach retirement age, so the Government shouldn’t be noticing a fall in pension credit claimants.
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According to Citywire Money, Stephen Lowe of Just Retirement said: “Many pensioners are struggling to make ends meet due to insufficient pension income and depressed savings returns. At the same time they are missing out by failing to claim the benefits they should be receiving, often to the tune of hundreds of pounds each year that could make a real difference to their quality of lives.”
الموقع الأصلي Claim your dues
Don’t let yourself be part of the growing population that are missing out on benefits each year. Pensioners are entitled to many benefits, including some that are automatically paid once you reach state pension age. However, you’ll need to actively seek out pension credit, which is a means-tested top-up to your state pension income.
Pension credit comes in two parts: first is the guaranteed pension credit, which is given to pensioners who make less than £142.70 a week (£217.90 for a couple).
However, there is also the savings pension credit, which is often thought of as the portion of pension credit meant for ‘middle class’ pensioners. This is given to people as a reward for saving for retirement, and pays anyone over 65 who makes between £111.80 and £189.05 a week in total income from pensions, savings, investments, and other income. Couples making between £178.35 and £277.23 also qualify for this benefit.