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Does anyone know if you are entitled to have contributory ESA  if you have a NHS pension

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  • dogfather
    dogfather Member Posts: 61 Connected
    It depends how much your NHS pension is. I believe the first £85 of pension is ok. After that you lose I think 50p of ESA for every additional amount of pension. You need to let ESA know if you are about to receive a pension & how much it is. I wish you luck with that one. It took me two months to get ESA to believe I was getting a pension. 

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