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    Mandatory Reconsideration

    Hello all

    When been found fit for work esa and put in for a reconsideration if your appeal is successful when do you get money backdated. I thought that you dont get no money during a recon

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    No ESA is paid during the mandatory reconsideration period.

    If your reconsideration request results in a finding of Limited Capacity for Work, ESA is paid retrospectively for the reconsideration period. The award of the Work-Related Activity Component or Support Component and, in either case, any additional income-related ESA premiums that are due, is backdated to the 14th week of the claim.

    If your reconsideration request fails and you are found fit for work again, you are paid ESA at the assessment rate if you appeal to the First-tier Tribunal and DWP have a fit note to cover the period. I believe this is backdated to when ESA stopped so long as DWP have a fit note that covers the reconsideration period.

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