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Hi, my mother had to sever all ties with her partner this weekend.

Financially this could be difficult due to her only getting £400 a month pension.

She is 63. How does she claim for anything extra if possible. She is techno phobe so doesn't use computers.

She isn't married to him. And owns her house. He is no longer allowed in the house. So as a single pensioner, what can she claim please.

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He is no longer allowed in the house. So as a single pensioner, what can she claim please.

 

The first thing to do is to contact the local council and claim single occupant discount on Council Tax - This will save her 25% straight away. If she doesn't work, or is on a low income with minimal savings, the council will reduce the bill further.

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She can claim over the phone

 

0800 99 1234

 

Free call from landline. Will call back if calling from a mobile if you ask.

 

Claim should take around 20 minutes maximum. You can do the claim if she gives consent for you to do so (providing she passes the security checks).

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