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Why are so many of the UKs pensioners living below the poverty line? How did the pensions crisis come about? Are you claiming all the money owed to you? Here we explore state and private pensions and the benefits which can be claimed alongside them. There is also a comprehensive guide to the issues surrounding pensions and information on the latest Government directives.
The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS), is an independent non-profit organisation that provides free information, advice and guidance on the whole spectrum of pensions, including state, company, personal and stakeholder schemes.
One simple checklist helping people aged 60 and over to stay safe and independent in their own homes.
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The Pensioners Association meet once a fortnight on a Tuesday afternoon from 1.30pm until 3.30pm at Watnall Road Community Centre.
They regularly organise for guest speakers to attend, such as Local Councillors, Blue Badge Tour Guides, Theatre Groups and many more, along with arranging day trips out and a whole host of other events.
Talks are usually an hour long with question and answer sessions at the end. There is a small charge of 50p for each meeting.
For more information please contact Mr L Berridge on 0115 9528658.
We provide courses covering topics such as health, finance, legal advice, consumer rights, benefits and income tax. We also offer Peace of Mind courses aimed at those over 65 and those with aged parents.
The Service Personnel and Veterans Agency (SPVA) provides support to anyone who has served in HM Armed Forces, even just for a day. Providing advice on benefits, compensation payments, pensions, employment and much more.
Contact details for making a new pension credit claim.
Contact details for if your pension is paid by Direct Payment into an account .
With our assisted pension tracing service we can help you to trace your lost pension and then contact your pension providers to update your details. We will help you to establish what exactly is in your lost pension, what your pension can do for you and with the help of a pension expert inform you the options available to you. Our entire service is designed to offer more assistance than that which is available direct from the DWP government website and is available to you completely free of charge. For more information contact us.