New figures show that nearly 40 per cent of families eligible for the pension credit failed to claim the benefit, losing around £ 2,500 a year. According to official statistics from the DWP, up to 1.3 million families were denied the retirement benefits to which they were entitled last year.
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You must live in England, Scotland or Wales and be of statutory retirement age to be eligible for pension credit. If you are from the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein, you and your family usually also need settlement or pre-settlement status under the settlement program of the EU to