If you are worried about debt or struggling to manage your finances, it can be difficult to know where to turn for help. In addition to the Council, there are various independent agencies and charities offering free, independent and confidential advice who may be able to help.
Find out how to pay your Council Tax, apply for discounts, register a change in your circumstances and more.
Find out about council tax, housing benefit, business rates, welfare reform and mobility travel passes.
You need to let us know if you plan to move into, around or out of the Doncaster area as this may affect your Council Tax.
Doncaster households are being urged to tell The Council if they are claiming Council Tax discounts they are not entitled to.
Council Tax assumes two adults (aged 18 and over) are living in your property but in some circumstances you may be entitled to a reduction.
The data found on this page relates to general Adult Social Care topics such as spend, contracts, and commissioning.
The cost of your Council Tax depends on the band of your property and the number and circumstances of the adults that live there.
You can claim housing benefit and/or council tax support for a past period. This is called backdating.
From 11 October 2017 Universal Credit is being rolled out across Doncaster and you may have to claim Universal Credit instead of Housing Benefit for help with your rent. You will still need to make a claim for Council Tax Support if you receive, or are making a claim for, Universal Credit. The amount of Housing Benefit, if you are still eligible to claim, and Council Tax Support we will pay you depends on your circumstances.