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National lockdown: Stay at home

Entitled To - Benefit calculator

Workplace Health logoStaffordshire’s 'entitled to' benefits calculator is a free online calculator that enables people to find out what benefits they may be entitled to.  

It takes around 10 minutes to complete and all details provided are anonymous.

As debt issues can trigger anxiety and depression, then this is a useful tool that you can promote with your employees.

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