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Hi all,

Thanks so much for the valuable advice you are giving to people including myself.

I am due to attend an IUC today (not enough time to share the full details). However i realise that i failed to notify the LA of some changes in my circumstances as stated in the letter that came from them. However i must state that i the time i did not know i had to notify them.

I am very scared and worried, I was wondering if it will be wise to just admit my mistakes (because I have noticed my mistakes and willing to payback what was not due me). OR what do i do.


Please advise me


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  • 2 weeks later...

It is not a case of knowing it was your responsibilty to notify the council - what effect did you think it would have on your benefit entitlement? eg: if your income increased - do you think you would get more or less benefit help?

It is an offence to fail to promptly declare a change in circumstances that you knew affected your benefit entitlement.

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