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    And just to add... You need to check if your...

    And just to add...

    You need to check if your mother has an Assessed Income Period. You can find out about this from her Pension Credit award letter.

    If she does have an Assessed Income Period...
  2. I am not sure why they have closed your ESA...

    I am not sure why they have closed your ESA claim. If you are earning less than your ESA award then you would still be entitled to some income based ESA.

    Perhaps I am missing something...……………….....
  3. Is this what you mean? ...

    Is this what you mean?

    https://www.chdauk.co.uk/contact-us
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    Since £1 for every £250 (or part of) over £6000...

    Since £1 for every £250 (or part of) over £6000 is deducted from income based ESA then I would be informing the DWP of a change of circumstances whenever you increase or decrease your savings. (Not...
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    I agree with Nukecad - a basic bank account is...

    I agree with Nukecad - a basic bank account is what you need.

    I would just add one more thing. Are you absolutely sure that these debts are no longer enforceable.? They only come under the...
  6. It seems that you have attended hospital(s) re...

    It seems that you have attended hospital(s) re your conditions. You have the legal right to see all your medical records held by your doctor.

    They should have copies of your referrals to...
  7. Yes, you can be refused DLA without having a face...

    Yes, you can be refused DLA without having a face to face.

    The next step is to ask for a mandatory reconsideration and if the decision is unchanged then you can appeal.
    Everything you need to...
  8. I agree that you should try to get some help with...

    I agree that you should try to get some help with completing the PIP form.

    As an aside, what is your work situation? You say that you have been working from home? Do you ever go into the...
  9. If you are admitted to hospital for 28 days or...

    If you are admitted to hospital for 28 days or more then your PIP is stopped (it can be reinstated when you come of of hospital)
    ...
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    Hi I have been reviewing all your figures and...

    Hi

    I have been reviewing all your figures and I am not sure that even with the Carer's Premium you would be entitled to income based ESA as a couple. I have used various benefit calculators but...
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    I actually bought the book but have sent it back!...

    I actually bought the book but have sent it back!

    I realized, like Nukecad said, that it would be updated in April. Also realized, having had a sneaky peek,
    that to answer questions as per OP...
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    Since you have been awarded the 2 bed local...

    Since you have been awarded the 2 bed local housing allowance can you explain why you have to apply for a DHP? Is your rent more than you 2 bed local housing allowance?

    Trigger figures are not...
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    There are situations where you can be 'Treated as...

    There are situations where you can be 'Treated as living alone'.

    So who do you live with? Do they receive DLA Mid care or PIP standard daily living.
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    From looking at your previous posts I believe...

    From looking at your previous posts I believe that you would be able to make a joint ESA income based claim once you receive your letter saying that you cannot receive CA because you are on...
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    Have found this which may be useful so make a...

    Have found this which may be useful so make a note of the telephone number.

    Severe Disability Premium (SDP) transitional protection
    SDP recipients who haven't yet moved to Universal Credit
    From...
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    OK< then next call is to the DWP!

    OK< then next call is to the DWP!
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    Your son needs to check whether he has a SDP in...

    Your son needs to check whether he has a SDP in his HB award. It should say on his housing benefit award letter - the part where it shows the calculations. This is important because if he has had...
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    Are you your son's appointee? Did he notify...

    Are you your son's appointee?

    Did he notify the DWP (ESA) when he moved out of the family home?

    I think he should focus on the SDP for the moment.

    It would help if you are your son's...
  19. You don't say how much your back pay was. If...

    You don't say how much your back pay was.

    If is was over £5000 then the same regs apply to ESA, HB and CTR.

    The legislation for CTR comes under the Prescribed Requirements for CT (i.e all...
  20. You can only do less than 16 hrs a week on...

    You can only do less than 16 hrs a week on Permitted work and earn up to £125.50.

    Read this: https://www.gov.uk/employment-support-allowance/eligibility

    Doing permitted work must not...
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    Did the letter say anything about appealing this...

    Did the letter say anything about appealing this decision? You should be able to do so.

    Or you can start a new PIP claim.
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    I no longer have access to the CPAG welfare and...

    I no longer have access to the CPAG welfare and benefits handbook which is welfare advisors' 'bible'. I have toiled with buying one myself as I get very frustrated when I cannot find the answer to...
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    Have found this: ...

    Have found this:

    http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2010/875/pdfs/uksiem_20100875_en.pdf

    Contributory ESA customers and Incapacity Benefit customers who claimed after 2001 have half the amount...
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    I'm pretty certain that many claimants receive...

    I'm pretty certain that many claimants receive this letter referring to a November date.

    This is because the payment changes every November/December because of the Christmas bonus (£10) and the...
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    Have a look at this link - post 7. ...

    Have a look at this link - post 7.

    https://www.rightsnet.org.uk/forums/viewthread/5550/

    I have checked the relevant decision maker's guide as the link is a few years old and it says the same.
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