An introduction to benefits in the UK and where to find help and advice.
The benefit cap is a limit on the total amount of benefits and only applies to people of working age.
Universal Credit is a new single benefit for working-age people.
Tax credits are non-taxable payments from the government for people on a low income.
If you are an EEA national and want to claim certain means-tested benefits, you must pass this test.
The ESA is a benefit for people whose ability to work is limited by ill health and/or disability.
PIP is a benefit for people living with disabilities, which includes people living with HIV in the UK.
Information about Disability Living Allowance and PIP.
It can be difficult to study full or part-time without it affecting your benefits but you may still be eligible for some.
What to do when you disagree with a decision regarding your benefits.
Don't ignore debts - find out how to tackle them head on.
Various people talk about their experiences of living with HIV.
CAB - Citizens Advice Bureau
HIV Drug Interactions
George House Trust
Equality and Human Rights Commission
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