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.
What to do when you disagree with a decision regarding your benefits.
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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