Quick question regarding my PIP payments

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Hi all.

I hope you are all doing well.

I have a question and i am wondering if anyone can help me.

Like some of us we get PIP payments every 4 weeks on a Tuesday, I had mine on 2nd October and i am assuming i will get another on 30th October, my question is, Are PIP payments in arrears? The reason i ask is because next month i am due to sign for my first car, roughly on 15th November and of course 4 weeks from 30th October is 27th November, Will i not get a payment for Mobility rate and just for daily living or will i get both as it might be in arrears. I am confused by it. Thank you x

Natalie x

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    HI,

    PIP is paid 4 weeks in arrears and won't start paying for your car until you sign for it so your first PIP payment after you sign will be when they start the payments and from then you'll only recieve the daily living part.

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      IF it's 2 weeks payment, they'll take 2 weeks, likewise if it's 1 week or even 10 days at first payment. Your 2nd payment will then be the full mobility allowance taken.

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    • Posted

      Thank you Denise for your speedy answer, I thank you for your help.

      I have another question which isnt regarding PIP but its JSA, i do not know if you can help me or someone else can.

      6 weeks ago i got a letter from HMRC saying they had done their calculations from the last tax year and say i owe them £119.

      They are going to take the overpayment on 26th October, I sign on the same day so i get my JSA a few days later, is it possible i can ask the job centre or benefit office when i sign on to get my JSA the same day? so that their is money to take from my account for HMRC?

      Thank you

      Regards

      Natalie x

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      No problem. No, it's not possible to receive your JSA earlier than you would normally receive it. Can any of your family help out until you've received your JSA?

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