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Pip and extra income
Hey there! Wondering if anyone can give me any advice, I'm currently on P.I.P and earn 310 pm and I l have a live claim esa but no entitlement as my partner lives with me and earns enough so i cant have the entitlement anymore, basically what im asking is ive made some xmas decs for friends and family this year and a few people want to buy them so i was wondering like whats the rules rounf that? Like my friend who is also on pip said if its under a £100 a month you dont have to declare it or if its over £20 pw you need to say something, im a little confused and dont want to do something that would risk me losing my only source of income, all help welcomed. Thanks x
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