🗳 Benefits experiences
Holly W
22 June 2020
In my head I'm counting down 18 days til I get paid again. Waiting for universal credit is scary...
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Zara R
22 June 2020
Government decided to remove the minimum income floor in March which instantly increased my benefits by £214 (back to the amount of being unemployed and without any penalisation for my expenses)...
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Holly W
22 June 2020
Since moving onto universal my nerves are a wreck, I can't focus on writing. A cold or virus is the lesser of my worries when any day I could be forced to put my children into school, left without money for food or housing or anything...
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Teddy W
10 August 2020
Sitting down today after spending last week signing onto Universal credit trying to budget what i have left of my last months wages. Not getting any income now until the 9th September i need to stretch this a lot further then normally and i'm minus my WTC support which always covered my rent...
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Ted S
25 August 2020
so i asked universal credit to let me amend my income and outgoings after speaking with hmrc a full day i waited,anyway i reported i needed to change the entries as to what hmrc said i really dont have a clue with this i had an accountant for this and they are it feels like they avoiding my question adding to the stress and another thing checking my payments they are deducting something else not sure if i can ring the number given,wonder if it was tax credits over payment they said £254 now this was incurred because i got a demand to submit my account to them in MAY now given i didnt have £150 to pay accountant this wasnt done so they went by there calculations (everyone else has until january 2021 for the self assesment for 2019/2020 for tax credits demand it in may sure this hole is getting deeper...
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Teddy W
16 October 2020
i dont know any different. i am a new applicant however, i cant imagine having £100 a month less id be getting little support at that rate...
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Charlie B
16 October 2020
I've not heard of this, nor have I received it.undefined...
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Nellie K
21 October 2020
It’s helped in that we are £80 less over our monthly budget. It gets sucked into the deficit...
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Nellie K
21 October 2020
Our child benefit just gets sucked into the family finances. It goes into the pot that pays for our rent, bills, food, clothes and shoes...
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Ted S
21 October 2020
it goes straight on gas and electric and no it doesnt seem enough when used in this way.undefined...
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