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letitbe
letitbe Community member Posts: 469 Empowering
Morning everyone Does pip have assessment dates like UC? My pip and UC are paid on different date each month . When I update UC about savings on last day of uc assessment period do I include pip at that time because pip will be different date . Thx 

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  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Community member Posts: 57,275 Championing
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    PIP has no assessment dates like UC does. For your PIP if there’s anything left
    of your payment at the end of the following assessment period after it’s paid for UC then you need to include it in your savings. 
  • letitbe
    letitbe Community member Posts: 469 Empowering
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    PIP has no assessment dates like UC does. For your PIP if there’s anything left
    of your payment at the end of the following assessment period after it’s paid for UC then you need to include it in your savings. 
    Thanks Poppy .
    I will need to update my UC every month because my savings will be increasing every month . I don’t spend a lot so most of it will just accumulate. 
    You are so helpful and I really don’t know why this forum and its users would do without you , so just to say thank you for all the great advice u give us . 
  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Community member Posts: 57,275 Championing
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    Aww you're welcome. Thank you also for such kind words, they mean a lot and are appreciated. 
  • honestjon
    honestjon Community member Posts: 173 Empowering
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    letitbe said:
    PIP has no assessment dates like UC does. For your PIP if there’s anything left
    of your payment at the end of the following assessment period after it’s paid for UC then you need to include it in your savings. 
    Thanks Poppy .
    I will need to update my UC every month because my savings will be increasing every month . I don’t spend a lot so most of it will just accumulate. 
    You are so helpful and I really don’t know why this forum and its users would do without you , so just to say thank you for all the great advice u give us . 
    I agree and I have seen Poppy calm so many people down with her calm explanations that she repeats without losing patience.
    If and when there is a collection to get Poppy a treat I will be donating something definitely 
  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Community member Posts: 57,275 Championing
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    @honestjon thank you, that is so kind of you. 

    You do need a lot of patience when advising anyone, especially on a forum like this. I must admit I do sometimes pull my hair out 😂

    Ive been helping others since my teenage years and I don’t think that’s ever going to change now. It’s just the person I am. 

    I really don’t need treats, just a thank you is all that’s needed and goes a very long way. 

    Its comments like this that makes all
    the hours I spend here worth while! Thank you again! 
  • M_305
    M_305 Community member Posts: 22 Connected
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    I think this is a good moment to thank you, Poppy. You're a diamond. Every good bit of advice I've come across on this forum has been from you, so thank you. You cover a lot of ground here, and I don't know how you do it.