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Using money well

See how you can manage your money.

Practice using money well.

And learn what benefits you might be able to apply for.

Help to manage your money well

GoHenry Card

A visa card that teenagers can use to buy things online or in stores, and to withdraw cash from ATMs. 

The Money Advice Service

Advice on running a bank account, planning your finances, and cutting costs

Practice using money


Helping people with learning disability to manage money and has information on managing money, opening a bank account and so on.

Money Master

How good are your money handling skills? How fast can you give change? Learn with this free and fun game.

United Response Making Money Easier guides

Advice about choosing and using a bank account, a glossary on common banking terms, tips on budgeting and a guide to help people live independently.

See what benefits and grants are available

Financial help if you're disabled

There is a wide range of disability-related financial support, including benefits, tax credits, payments, grants and concessions.

Some benefits you might get are:

  • Universal Credit
  • Personal Independence Payment (PIP) 
  • Attendance Allowance
  • Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)

Acting as a benefits appointee

If you can’t manage your own money, your parents may be able to receive and manage benefits for you.

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