PENSIONERS may be due more money than they actually receive each week.
Many people do not know what benefits they should get and could be missing out on money they are entitled to.
A special pension open day is to be held in Bradley on Thursday and people have been urged to attend.
One Sheepridge couple who went to the last event ended up around £25 a week better off.
David Taylor, 77, and 65- year-old wife Johanna, are both disabled.
Mr Taylor said: "We'd received information about pension-related benefits through the post, but I couldn't make head nor tail of it.
"So we went to the pension open day and the experts took one look at the paperwork.
"They said immediately we were entitled to more money.
"We are really happy we went and would advise others to do the same. They've nothing to lose and everything to gain," added Mr Taylor
The event is at Huddersfield Deanery Project office at 92 Keldregate, 10am to 3pm. People aged over 60 can attend.
Deanery administrative officer Mrs Anne Thomson said the event was open to people from across Huddersfield.
"The meetings are private and confidential," she said. "People can just turn up on the day and refreshments will be available."
Mrs Jackie Codman, partner liaison manager for the Pensions Service, said: "We deal with all pension-related benefits, especially the new Pension Credit but also benefits like attendance allowance and carers allowance. The aim of the pension open day is to maximise the take-up of benefits and the new pension credit."
Pension credit replaced the minimum income guarantee.
It means single people over 60 should be receiving at least £105.45 a week and couples should be getting £165.95 a week. People aged 65 and over who have made modest financial provision for their retirement could be entitled to an extra £15.51 a week if they are single or £20.22 if they live with someone else.