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Language Line service

Did you know that even if English is not your first language you can still access information, advice and support through Racing's Support Line? Often when people present wanting help and advice, but...

Illness and Disability Benefits

Are you missing out on benefits you are fully entitled to? Every year millions of pounds worth of benefits go unclaimed in the UK so it is well worth keeping a track of your...

Legal Advice available through Racing's Support Line

Racing's Support Line offers Legal Advice  Do you have a legal problem and want to know where you stand?  Do you work or are you retired from the horseracing and breeding...

Budgeting

What is a budget? A budget is a plan for your money. It tells you how much money you have coming in, how much you need to allow for essential costs and how much you have left towards other things you...

Racing Welfare Grants Criteria

Racing Welfare awards grants to those who work or who have worked in the thoroughbred racing and breeding Industries, including their dependants. Grants are awarded: For the relief of poverty...

Making the most of your money

Money tight? Are you getting in all of the money that you possibly can?   Benefits Start with a benefits check and make sure you are getting all the help you are entitled to - whether you are in...

Occupational (Workplace) Pensions

Occupational pensions are also known as workplace pensions and are arranged by employers rather than the state. The employer and usually the employees, contribute to the fund. The two main types of...

Pool Money

Pool money is a percentage of the prize money won by a horse in your yard. This is calculated by the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) and then two sheets (returns) are sent out four times a year...

Benefits for Older People

Attendance Allowance Attendance Allowance is an allowance for people aged over 65 years who need help with personal care (washing, dressing or eating) due to an illness or disability. It is available...

Bank Accounts

Do you need a bank account? Most likely - yes. You can use one for Paying your bills Receiving money - such as your salary or benefits Keeping track of where your money is going Individual or joint...