Universal credit payment rules to change tomorrow – thousands to see their payments rise


Under certain circumstances, claimants may find themselves being paid twice in one month from an employer.

This, under current rules, could be flagged as “over-earning” on the DWPs systems.

As a result of this flagging, the following Universal Credit payment could be reduced.

The instances where this may occur could include where an employer pays their staff on the first or last working day of the month, or because an early payment has come through due to a bank holiday.

READ MORE: StepChange call on government to avoid ‘crisis’





READ SOURCE

READ  UK fires double stimulus salvo to soften coronavirus hit

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here