The Legion’s Benefits and Money Advice team can support you with your finances, including impartial and non-judgemental advice about how to maximise your income by claiming the benefits and tax credits you're entitled to.
If you're a Legion beneficiary and think you could be entitled to benefits that you're not yet receiving, we might be able to help.
Our advisers know how complex life in the Armed Forces can be and how a military life involves unique challenges that can lead to financial problems.
We understand the difficulties around moving regularly, loved ones being away, re-joining civilian life and coping with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Try the benefits calculator (supplied by Turn2us) for more information:
- Benefits calculator - check what you might be entitled to with this free and easy-to-use calculator
Contact our Benefits and Money Advice team
If you require assistance with money issues or support with benefits, call our contact centre on 0808 802 8080and we will put you in touch with your local contact.
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