Are you getting the right pay?
If you work and are 23 or over, your employer must pay you at least £9.50 per hour. The amount is different if you're under 23 or in certain situations.
Scottish Living Wage employers
The Scottish Living Wage is £10.90 per hour (18 and over). It's higher than the National Living Wage and voluntary paid by some employers.
Jobcentre Plus Travel Discount Card
If you're unemployed and get Jobseekers Allowance or Universal Credit, you could get 50% off some rail and bus travel.
Parental Employability Support Fund
The fund can give support for parents facing barriers in their careers. Support could include help getting qualifications, improving skills and work experience.
Estimate how National Insurance changes will affect you
From 6 January 2024 onwards employees will see their main National Insurance contribution (NICs) rate cut from 12% to 10%.