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nobody760

Pension Credit.

Are Giro's paid backwards or forwards!

In other words if I was born on the 1st which indeed I was will I qualify
for payment on the 1st - forward.

Or will I qualify for first payment on the 7th - backwards?

Cheers.
 
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Mike

nobody760 said:
Pension Credit.

Are Giro's paid backwards or forwards!

In other words if I was born on the 1st which indeed I was will I qualify
for payment on the 1st - forward.

Or will I qualify for first payment on the 7th - backwards?

Cheers.
Pension credit is paid in advance on a monday for all new and most existing
claims. The exception to this rule is if SPC is claimed by someone already
receiving RP/Berevement Allowance paid on another day of the week, SPC is
then aligned with that payday. SPC is not aligned with Incapacity Benefit
or SDA paydays.

Those who have converted from MIG to SPC retain their payday, men aged 60-65
will continue to be paid in arrears (e.g paid on monday for the preceding 7
days tues-monday) until they or their partner turn 65. If their partner has
turned 65 and they receive IB/SDA they will be paid in advance but retain
the samepayday. Men over 65 and women over 60 should already be paid in
advance, and their paydays are normally aligned with their RP. If theres no
RP entitlement the payday has probably been retained from the previous
IS/MIG claim but should still be in advance.

If you're transfering from IS or JSA(IB), they will pay you till the day
before you turn 60. SPC will then pay from your 60th birthday, a part week
will be paid until the first monday following if your birthday doesn't fall
on a monday.

If you were not on IS or JSA(IB), your SPC will be paid from the monday
following your 60th birthday. If claiming RP as well that is always paid on
a monday in advance (unless 4 weekly).

Mike
 
T

Troll

nobody760 said:
Pension Credit.

Are Giro's paid backwards or forwards!
Pension credit isn't paid, you claim it and nothing happens.
According to our public, anyway.
 
M

Mike

Troll said:
Pension credit isn't paid, you claim it and nothing happens.
According to our public, anyway.
The sheer volume of claims being made has lead to inevitable delays in some
areas.

Mike
 
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anthonyberet

Mike said:
The sheer volume of claims being made has lead to inevitable delays
in some areas.
I wonder why there is no word "evitable" in the English language?
 

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