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    The rule on which years count can be a bit...

    The rule on which years count can be a bit confusing, and I believe that I got it wrong above, because the tax year and the benefit year run from different dates.

    A tax year runs from the 1st of...
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    As it's HMRC who actually deal with NI and not...

    As it's HMRC who actually deal with NI and not the DWP I think I would still request a statement of your NI record from HMRC while you are waiting for the claim to be processed.
    That first link in...
  3. No worries, This stuff can be difficult to...

    No worries,

    This stuff can be difficult to understand at the best of times.

    Then on a forum like this one you have to factor in neuro and MH problems making things harder to understand.
    ...
  4. You are looking at it the wrong way. The only...

    You are looking at it the wrong way.

    The only part of your ESA that is taxable income is the CB part.

    That's the personal allowance and support group elements. (And any Transitional Amount you...
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    Not sure how the PU60 would help? Everyone...

    Not sure how the PU60 would help?

    Everyone gets one, even if your benefits are only IR and don't affect tax you still get one each year.
    (That's so if the taxman ever looks at your bank account...
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    4 weeks/first offence is for a sanction which...

    4 weeks/first offence is for a sanction which does not apply here.

    During an investigation they can suspend benefits indefinitely while the investigation continues.

    But - Have the suspended all...
  7. It's simply updating your benefit statement for...

    It's simply updating your benefit statement for your tax record purposes,and is nothing to worry about.
    (You'll possibly/probably get another one for tax year 2018/2019).

    CB ESA is a taxable...
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    They had a problem on this forum with 'rouge'...

    They had a problem on this forum with 'rouge' volunteer moderators around ten years ago.
    The forum was even closed for a while....
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    Here is that link that I promised, it's the reply...

    Here is that link that I promised, it's the reply to a FoI request:
    https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/585032/response/1399548/attach/html/2/FOI2019%2023755%20Reply.pdf.html



    And here is...
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    If I remember (I've had a few pints) I'll post a...

    If I remember (I've had a few pints) I'll post a link to to the DWP statement that confirms that.
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    That question has now now been cleared up - and...

    That question has now now been cleared up - and it's good news.

    Once you reach State Pension Age then you are automatically on the 10-year Light Touch reviews.
    So no reassessment needed - it's...
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    That's correct, Once you are above State...

    That's correct,

    Once you are above State Pension Age then the mobility component of PIP can be reduced but can never be increased.

    Which made it doubly important once you were a pensioner that...
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    The Carers Allowance will not affect your fathers...

    The Carers Allowance will not affect your fathers Attendance Allowance; but if your father also gets Pension Credit then that could be affected.

    There are 2 rates of Attendance Allowance, your...
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    It was open for seven days which I thought was...

    It was open for seven days which I thought was long enough for anyone with a strong opinion to vote.

    As it turned out only 4 people voted and only 2 gave a vote to have it changed.
    So I doubt...
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    Just to add about the backdating of NI credits. ...

    Just to add about the backdating of NI credits.

    If you read further in the link I gave above about checking your credits you'll see that I had not been given any for six years, and sucessfully got...
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    Timely for this question; A Government guide...

    Timely for this question;

    A Government guide to deductions from Universal Credit (including Sanctions) has just been published:...
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    It does look a bit marginal on those 2017/8...

    It does look a bit marginal on those 2017/8 figures.

    But as you seem to have covered condition 1 then NI credits could be used for condition 2.

    You seem to be well up on what NI you have paid,...
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    Hi again Dean, That would confirm what I said...

    Hi again Dean,

    That would confirm what I said back in post #9:


    And that is what the letter is confirming - no backpayment of Disability Premuims is due (because you've already been paid more...
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    Ignore KevinMcCabe - he is a spammer. He just...

    Ignore KevinMcCabe - he is a spammer.
    He just showed his true colours in another thread.
  20. Thread: Advice on PIP.

    by nukecad
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    Matty, KevinMcCabe is a spammer, he has...

    Matty,

    KevinMcCabe is a spammer, he has included a spam weblink to an essay writing service in his post.
    This essay writing spam is a rash all over forums.

    I've reported his post.
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    Again; this was not a standard 'regular'...

    Again; this was not a standard 'regular' reassessment.

    It was a special review of certain descriptors only, done only because the high court had ruled changes to those particular descriptors...
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    It's the last 2 complete tax years that count, so...

    It's the last 2 complete tax years that count, so that would be 2017/8 and 2018/9.

    First qualifying condition:
    In one of those 2 years you must have paid Class 1 or Class 2 contributions at the...
  23. Thread: ESA CB and IR

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    Well we can't say what will happen. But on...

    Well we can't say what will happen.

    But on here we have seen more people who thought they were owed nothing but did get back pay than we have seen those who thought they should but didn't.
    ...
  24. Thread: ESA CB and IR

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    Just keep with it. It sounds as if yours is a...

    Just keep with it.

    It sounds as if yours is a particularly complicated case.

    They are being very careful with this review; having made the big error in the first place they are being careful to...
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    That is the ESA1 form used for making a brand new...

    That is the ESA1 form used for making a brand new claim for ESA.

    You are not making a brand new claim, you will be having a Work Capability (re)Assessment, which is the ESA50 form and they will...
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