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Back to School: Where to buy uniforms

You can find school uniform available to buy directly from the school itself or from these suppliers across Lincolnshire. For more generalised uniform such as shirts and skirts most high street stores will provide these. It is also worth noting that most schools will have…

Back to School: Who's more nervous?

Being nervous on the first day of school is perfectly normal (for both kids and parents!) it’s a big life event and even children who are very excited may still experience nerves. There are few things you can do to help with these nerves and…

Benefits

1. Transitions 2. Personal Budgets 3. Managing your Personal Budget 4. Benefits 5. Managing Money 4. Benefits  Universal Credit Universal Credit is for people of working age on a low income which is means tested.  For more infomation click here Disability Living Allowance (DLA) You…

Benefits and Financial Help

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Benefits Cap

1. Child Tax Credit 2. Housing Benefit 3. Income Support 4. Jobseekers Allowance (JSA) 5. Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) 6. Working Tax Credits 7. Universal Credit 8. Benefit Cap 7. Benefit Cap A Benefits Cap is used to limit the total amount of benefits most people…

Bills

1. Bills 2. How to pay your bills 3. How to set up a bank account 4. How to set up a savings account 5. Borrowing money 6. Credit score 7. How to budget and save 8. Education financial support 9. What to do if…

Borrowing money

1. Bills 2. How to pay your bills 3. How to set up a bank account 4. How to set up a savings account 5. Borrowing money 6. Credit score 7. How to budget and save 8. Education financial support 9. What to do if…

Buy to Rent

1. Housing Options 2. Buy to Rent 2. Buy to rent   Buy to rent is where a parent, or other close relative, buys (or builds) a property and then rents it out to their son, daughter or other family member. This property may be…

Car

1. Rent 2. Council Tax 3. Electricity and Gas 4. Water 5. Oil 6. TV License 7. Home Insurance 8. Food 9. Mobile Phones 10. Car 11. Internet and Home Phone 10. What Bills can you expect when you have a Car ? Running a car…

Car Bills

Running a car is usually the second most expensive bill after rent or mortage payments.  Not only do card have regular bills, such as fuel, but they also have yearly bills which are quite expensive, such as tax and insurance.
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