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Hello

 

Can anyone tell me....my next ESA payment is due on boxing day so when will I receive it?

 

Thanks x

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They say (lol)... you're supposed to get 2 payments the week before Christmas, so last until the end of January... As we were told in the job centre yesterday, hubby is due to be paid on 21st, not sure if we will get one fortnight payment or the full months worth?

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Never been on ESA so not sure what all the rules are, a payment before xmas would be nice but believe it when i see it lol!

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Guess time will tell. You most likely wont be paid on Boxing day though as it's a bank holiday (least I think it is?), so you may be paid a few days early, or the fortnight before (12th) you may have been paid a full month, have you checked?

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If your payment is due on the 26th, you will receive it on the 21st. It will be for two weeks and your next payment will be made as normal on the 9th January.


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Hello

 

Can anyone tell me....my next ESA payment is due on boxing day so when will I receive it?

 

Thanks x

 

Xmas 2012/New year 2013 Early payment dates of benefits.

 

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