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Benefits Calculator – what are you entitled to?

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Age UK's Benefits Calculator can help you find out what benefits you could be owed. It's free to use and the details you provide are kept anonymous.

Put more money in your pocket

Find out how much extra you could be entitled to

How does it work?

Based on the information you provide - such as where you live, whether you're single or in a couple or if you care for someone - we can tell you if you're potentially entitled to claim extra money.

What benefits will it check?

Our calculator covers England, Scotland and Wales. It will provide an estimate for many benefits, but for others it can only indicate if you might be eligible. Click on the sections below to find out more:

You should treat your results as a helpful estimate to help you figure out what you could be claiming. Our calculator cannot guarantee your eligiblity for any benefit or tax credit, so please contact the relevant department to confirm your entitlement.

Put more money in your pocket

Find out how much extra you could be entitled to

Want to speak to someone about benefits?

We offer support through our free advice line on 0800 055 6112. Lines are open 8am-7pm, 365 days a year. We also have specialist advisers at over 140 local Age UKs.

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Last updated: Oct 23 2020

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