RISHI Sunak today unveiled a bumper package to help Britons deal with rising cost of living.
Here we take a look at five cash boosts that Help Britons deal with their soaring energy bills.
Sovereign Loans and Benefits
Millions of people will get universal credit and benefits A one-time payment of £650 increases to help with rising bills.
more than eight million families A lump sum amount will be received.
The payout on instrument-tested benefits including Universal Credit, Pension Credit, Housing Benefit, Job Seekers Allowance and Income Support will go to all.
Low-income pensioners are going to get Extra cash to help with cost of living crisis.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced today that he will receive a one-time payment of £300.
The £300 “cost of living” will be paid in November or December.
This is on top of the current winter fuel payment, which costs between £100 and £300, which is over and above the state pension age.
Sunak has announced that every household in the UK will get one £400 energy bill discount.
Electricity exemption will be given in homes in October.
This a. will replace the existing plans for £200 energy discountFamilies who were told they would have to pay back in five years.
Now each household will receive £400 – and the need to pay it back has been eliminated.
Mr. Sunak would instead convert the effective loans – which would later have been paid back in huge bills – into grants given by energy companies.
Rishi Sunak’s announcement today includes:
Mr. Sunak revealed that Britons with disabilities will receive a one-time payment of £150.
The money will be given in September to help tackle rising energy costs.
For many disability benefit recipients who receive tested benefits, this £150 will come on top of the £650 they will receive separately.
Millions more in vouchers and cash To be given to struggling families later this year.
That’s because Chancellor Rishi Sunak has raised the domestic support fund again – pumping another £500 million into the pot.
Mr Sunak said: “There may be some people who fall between the cracks.
“So to support them, we will increase the domestic aid fund by half a million from September.”