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Universal Credit and PIP, what happens when you reach State Pension Age

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Hi, I reach state pension age in September and I understand my Universal Credit will stop and I will need to claim Housing Benefit separately. The situation is unclear about PIP.  I have been awarded PIP until 2030, but the government website says you cannot get PIP and a state pension and need to apply for Attendance  Allowance instead.  The Attendance allowance says you cannot start a claim with State Pension, or am I totally misunderstanding this?  So baffled. 

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Hi.

 

While you're waiting for people who know about these things, have you looked at the turn2us benefit calculator? It's free and anonymous and could give you some clues about what's possible.

 

HB

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