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Full list of freebies and benefits you can get this winter...

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Nearly six million Britons depend on Universal Credit yet some 1.3 million people aren't claiming payments they are entitled to, according to data...

Universal Credit rates 2023 confirmed: How much you could expect from...

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An estimated 19.2 million families and 39.8 million individuals in Great Britain in receipt of Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) and HMRC...

Credit card: What you need to know if using the method...

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Last year, the average consumer spent just over £1,100 on Christmas, according to a YouGov survey and with inflation driving up the cost...

Universal Credit claimants can get Virgin Media’s new ‘superfast’ social tariff...

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Jeff Dodds, chief operating officer at Virgin Media O2, said: “We know how important affordable, reliable connectivity is – which is why we...

DWP shares new plan to get more disabled Universal Credit claimants...

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However, the site is currently in test mode, and the DWP has asked businesses and disability groups to have their say through a...

How to improve your credit score – expert advice to see...

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“If you have cut ties with an ex-partner, you should ask credit agencies to add a ‘notice of disassociation’ to your file.”Old, unused...

One million Britons missing out on Universal Credit worth £7,300 plus...

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Some people are still unaware they could be eligible for a Universal Credit top up if they are working as the earning threshold...

CRTC delays decision on Telus’s request to add a fee for...

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Canada's telecommunications regulator has delayed its decision to allow Telus to pass a credit card processing fee onto customers. In a letter sent Thursday, the...

Universal Credit warning: Rule change set to affect 114,000 Britons |...

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The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is raising its Administrative Earnings Threshold (AET) from £355 to £494 per month for single claimants,...

Annoyed you have to pay to use your credit card? You...

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This column is an opinion by Katie Verigin of Vancouver, who has studied the politics of consumer debt. For more information about CBC's Opinion section, please see...

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