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    Just like to say thanks nukecad.

    Hi, I'd just like to thank everyone especially nukecad for getting me through this month with all the relative information I needed, which by the way was bang on. Today I woke up to £3,000 back money in my account. If I could if send this site a bunch of flowers lol.
    Thanks for the help everyone

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    No problems, it's why we help where we can.

    £3,010.04 would be 9 months backpay of LCWRA, which is more than I expected.
    (The first 2 of those months would be at last years rates).
    9 months doesn't quite make any sense if it is entirely LCWRA backpay.

    Unless that £3,000 included this months regular payment as well as the backpay, was that regular payment due at this time of month?

    My reckoning is that that you should have 7 months backpay of LCWRA to the start of April @ £336.20 = £2353.40

    But if you add a standard months UC £317.82 plus LCWRA element of £336.20 that's another £654.02
    Giving £3007.42 overall.

    It still doesn't seem quite right, they seem to have either backpaid you to the start of March instead of April, or paid the LCWRA twice for October, once in the backpay and again with your regular monthly payment?
    Of course I don't know if you have any Housing element or other element included in your UC.

    Maybe your journal will explain just what they have paid?
    Last edited by nukecad; 18-10-19 at 12:56.
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    Yeah I got the 2340 odd and then my 317 standard uc plus 336 lcwra, taking me to just short of 3k
    Last edited by Waller64; 19-10-19 at 19:54.

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    Seems about right then.

    I'd just watch that possible double payment of LCWRA for this month.
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    Well done & Nukecad does a fantastic job helping.

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