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Working Age Benefits

(2 Posts)
PippaZ Mon 01-Nov-21 09:06:48

In the report "The State of Aging in 2020 it says In the year that the state pension age reaches 66, less than half of men – and a third of women – are still in work at 65.

We have concentrated pretty much Pension Age benefits so far although some apply in both circumstances. I wonder if we could start threads with the name of working-age benefits, particularly any that are appropriate to this group. These threads can then be added to by others who have experience of that benefit, either directly or indirectly. I think we may be able to help - or at least be there - for others in this position.

If you don't know how to start a new thread, post about it (with its name) on this thread. There are plenty of GNetters who will help with that.

Pammie1 Mon 08-Nov-21 22:51:51

Anyone need any help with PIP (personal independence payment) applications ? I have quite a bit of experience of helping out a disability charity with completing application forms and am happy to help if I can. Hi