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New pension rules - what do they mean for you?

Changes to the way you can access your pension savings, from April 2015.

Travel app - consumer rights in EU languages

ECC-Net:Travel app to help consumers with their rights abroad in EU languages.

Your energy rights as a tenant

Tenants and entitlement to switching energy supplier.

Work and the Commonwealth Games

Acas guidance for employers on dealing with issues which may arise during the Commonwealth Games.

Copycat websites - avoid being conned

Tips to avoid being scammed by mistakenly using copycat websites, instead of official sites.

Jobcentre Plus withdraws customer access phones

Jobcentre Plus will remove customer access phones from its offices. Wi-fi and internet access will be available.

Deductions from benefits for water and sewerage charges

Water Direct pilot schemes in Scotland.

Changes to free pre-school education and childcare

Children entitled to more funded pre-school education and some 2 year olds eligible for funded childcare from 1 August 2014.

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