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TOPIC: ESA Support Group - Income related & Contributions

ESA Support Group - Income related & Contributions 5 months 2 weeks ago #220581

Hello everyone... I have just become a member, and I have no idea how to start off a new thread. I'm also having major problems with ESA (my husband's)...
I sympathise Red Fox... The way housing + council tax benefits work is beyond me...we always get pages full of numbers and calculations ,none of which make sense to us. Hope you manage to get it sorted!

ESA Support Group - Income related & Contributions 5 months 2 weeks ago #220582

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BeccyMac wrote: Hello everyone... I have just become a member, and I have no idea how to start off a new thread. I'm also having major problems with ESA (my husband's)...
I sympathise Red Fox... The way housing + council tax benefits work is beyond me...we always get pages full of numbers and calculations ,none of which make sense to us. Hope you manage to get it sorted!


Just scroll up the page there is a New Topic button just above the top of this topic.

Gordon

ESA Support Group - Income related & Contributions 5 months 2 weeks ago #220588

Thanks a lot Gordon... I'll get there eventually!

ESA Support Group - Income related & Contributions 5 months 2 weeks ago #220600

I haven't moved to a new area Gordon. In fact I'm 5 minutes away from where I was. Thanks for your input.

ESA Support Group - Income related & Contributions 5 months 2 weeks ago #220607

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Red Fox wrote: I haven't moved to a new area Gordon. In fact I'm 5 minutes away from where I was. Thanks for your input.[/quote

If your circumstances are the same, same number of bedrooms, same benefit, no new income then, at the risk of worrying you, perhaps you need to be asking why you had a discount before?

Gordon

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