Online benefit calculators
Entitledto's web based calculators were first launched in June 2000 since then they have been providing a service free to the public, performing millions of benefit calculations a year.
You can use the resources on this page to help calculate the benefits you might be entitled to if you live in the Uttlesford District.
These easy-to-use calculators may be of help to you if you are unemployed and looking for work, on a low income, retired, bringing up children, ill, have a disability or care for someone.
The benefits calculator provides information on income-related benefits, tax credits, contribution-based benefits, Council Tax Reduction, Carer's Allowance, Universal Credit and how your benefits will be affected if you start work or change your working hours.
Information on income-related benefits, Universal Credit and tax credits.
Our budgeting tool gives you the opportunity to easily create your own personal budget plan.
The first vital step in taking control of your finances is to create your own personal budget plan.
Our user friendly budget planner is free to use and should only take minutes to complete if you have all your financial information to hand.
Find out more about using the budgeting tool.
Local Council Tax Support (LCTS)
On 31 March 2013, the government ended Council Tax Benefit as part of its Welfare Reform Act and replaced it by a new local scheme called Local Council Tax Support (LCTS).