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The change might increase your payment and you might miss out on extra money if you tell the DWP late. You should still tell the DWP if you think a change might reduce your Income Support - you won't save money by reporting it later.
This is called an overpayment - check how the DWP deals with overpayments. You have to report all these changes to the DWP, even if another government department already knows about them. Tell Us Once will let them know. A friend can do this for you.
UK to tell government departments about a death quickly and easily. You must tell the DWP if you, your partner or any children that live with you and have left school:. This includes any savings your partner has. You should tell the DWP if you get a one-off payment, for example if you inherit some money or property, or are paid compensation. If you have a mortgage, you need to tell the DWP if the amount you owe changes - for example because you re-mortgage - or you take out a loan to do repairs on the house.
To keep getting Income Support you need to show you have either settled status or pre-settled status and another right to reside. Your right to reside depends on things like your work, family and personal situation. You can check if you have a right to reside.
Give as much information about the change as you can. For example if your partner has moved out, tell the DWP their name, when they moved and what their new address is.
Send your letter by Royal Mail ed For and keep the receipt - you might need to prove when you posted it and when it arrived. Relay UK - if you can't hear or speak on the phone, you can type what you want to say: then You can use Relay UK with an app or a textphone. You can find out how to use video relay on YouTube. Make a note of the date and time you call. Also write down the name of the person you spoke to. You might need these details to prove you reported the change.
Call Jobcentre Plus as soon as you can. Make a note of the date and time you call - you might need to refer to it later. This means if you reported the change after it happened you might have been overpaid. Get help if you have an overpayment. The DWP might ask you for more information so they can work out how much to pay you.
For example, if you must make a new claim as a single person. Check the letter to make sure the DWP has recorded the right change of circumstances. This will make it easier to pay it back if you need to. Top links Housing benefit. Top links Template letter to raise a grievance at work. Top links Our pensions advice Write a letter to your creditors.
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England This advice applies to England: England home Advice can vary depending on where you live. Most changes have to be reported within 1 month, but you should report them sooner if you can. Changes you have to report You have to report all these changes to the DWP, even if another government department already knows about them. Changes to do with your family Tell the DWP if: you stop living with your partner you start living with a new partner someone over 18 moves in or out, like an adult son or daughter you get divorced, married or form a civil partnership your partner leaves the UK for more than 4 weeks - or 8 weeks if they're accompanying getting medical treatment you or your partner reach state pension age - you can check your state pension age on GOV.
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