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Courts state that overtime should be included in holiday pay
Debt and money
How you'll be affected by the 2016 changes to State Pension
Join our campaign to get a fairer deal for energy customers with a prepayment meter.
Advice for people affected by child abuse.
Landlords to check new tenants' immigration status before renting
Law and rights
Where to get free or low cost legal advice.
What are hate incidents? What is hate crime? Find out how you can report them.
HMRC to send out details of how much tax you've paid and how it has been spent.
Opt-out system for organ and tissue donation starts December 2015.
How to get help with the costs of school uniforms, transport and the other essentials of school life.
About Citizens Advice
This advice applies to Wales:
Advice can vary depending on where you live.
Advice for other parts of the UK:
Most NHS treatment is free but there are a number of things for which there may be charges. Find out what services you might be charged for and whether you might be eligible for help with these costs.
You can also learn whether you need to pay for healthcare if you come from abroad.
Explains who can get free prescriptions in Wales and gives links to an NHS Wales website for details of help available with glasses and sight tests, dental treatment, travel costs.
Information on charges for NHS treatment for people from abroad including who is entitled to receive free NHS treatment and which treatment is always free.
Link to the Age UK websites for information on when the NHS can pay for ongoing care, in a care home or your own home.
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