Money and benefits
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Society isn’t designed with blind and partially sighted people in mind and the cost of living crisis has made this situation worse. RNIB is here to help you.
We offer grants to registered blind or partially sighted people for useful technology that can help them live independently.
As well as grants from RNIB, there are a number of different charities and organisations around the UK that may be able to provide you with financial assistance if you are blind or partially sighted and on a low income.
If you are under state pension age and are blind or partially sighted, there are a number of benefits that you could claim.
Hints and tips to make banking at your local branch and cashpoint easier, including help with finding the nearest accessible cashpoint.
What to do if you're unhappy with the level of service you're receiving from your bank? The Equality Act 2010 is a law that aims to ensure that everyone has an equal opportunity to use services. Find out about your rights.
Paying by credit or with debit card is a popular way to pay for goods or services. There are two types of cards that might work for you: chip and PIN or chip and signature cards.
Four different ways in which you could reduce your Council Tax bill. Although the four ways are not specifically for blind and partially sighted people, one or all of them may apply to you.
What is Pension Credit? How do you qualify for it and how much it is worth? Find out more below.
Universal Credit is there to help people of working age on low income with living costs. You can find out more about what it is, if you qualify and how to claim below.