Let's Talk Money
Every year, it's estimated that more than £200m worth of Pension Credit and other state benefits goes unclaimed by older people in Wales. Could you be one of the people missing out?
Last year the Age Cymru partnership supported older people to claim more than £7.5m in benefits and entitlements.
Our money guides offer information about a range of benefits and how to go about claiming them, so you can make sure you're not one of those missing out. You can download the guides, or call Age Cymru Advice on 0300 303 44 98 to have them sent to your home for free.
If you have a disability or illness that means you might need extra help at home you might be able to get Attendance Allowance.
Carer's Allowance is the main welfare benefit to help carers. Even if you don’t think of yourself as a carer, it's worth checking if Carer’s Allowance could help you.
Pension Credit can give you some extra money in retirement. If you’re struggling to make ends meet, claiming Pension Credit could help.
The State Pension is a regular payment made to you by the Government once you reach State Pension age.
Boost your income
Find out which benefits you're eligible to claim
Help with the cost of living
You've probably noticed many of your bills going up, in particular the cost of energy. We've lots of useful information on various assistance that may be available to help you stay on top of increasing costs.
Armed Forces Pensions
Armed Forces pensions could be going unclaimed by thousands of veterans in Wales each year – support which rightfully belongs to those who have served their country, and which could help transform their lives.
We're here to help
We offer support and advice through Age Cymru Advice. If you want to talk to someone directly, in Welsh or English, call us on 0300 303 44 98 charged at local rate (open between 9:00am and 4:00pm, Monday - Friday). Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org