PIP: Five conditions which may provide up to £608 per month from the DWP

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PIP: Five conditions which may provide up to £608 per month from the DWP

It also does not matter if people have any savings or if they are in or out of work.To be eligible people must have a health condition or disabilit

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It also does not matter if people have any savings or if they are in or out of work.

To be eligible people must have a health condition or disability where they:

  • Have had difficulties with daily living or getting around (or both) for three months
  • Expect these difficulties to continue for at least nine months

The DWP will judge the eligibility of someone’s PIP claim on a period of 12 months, looking back for three months and forward for nine months, as they must consider if your illness changes over time.

PIP payment rates are set to change in April.

These are the new rates:

Enhanced rate: £92.40 (from £89.60)
Standard rate: £61.85 (from £60.00)

Enhanced rate: £64.50 (from £62.55)
Standard rate: £24.45 (from £23.70)



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