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I started a job last week, but didn't like it at all. I'm worried I've messed up my LCWRA

kayleigh1997
kayleigh1997 Member Posts: 1 Listener
edited September 22 in Universal Credit (UC)
Hi, I’m currently on uc under lcwra, I started a job last week and really didn’t like it all I’m kicking myself as now I’m worried I’ve messed up my claim, the job itself was not contradicting to my claim I’m just concerned I will not get my payment on October 15th now, I worked 3 days in total thank you. 
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  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 23,781 Disability Gamechanger
    You've already be assessed as having LCWRA so quiting your job will not affect your UC entitlement. As you also have the work allowance then you can earn up to £293 per month if you rent or £515 if you don't without seeing any deductions from your UC payments.
    If you've quit work then you need to report the changes on your journal but as advised is won't affect your claim. You'll receive your payment as normal.
  • Ross_Scope
    Ross_Scope Posts: 4,955

    Scope community team

    Hello @kayleigh1997

    Welcome to the community, it's lovely to see you join us and hopefully you enjoy being here :) 

    I hope the above advice has been helpful, I'm sorry to hear that you haven't enjoyed the job. What was it that caused you not to enjoy the experience?
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