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    How does the Bank Holiday affect my JSA payment?
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    • 22nd May 09, 10:23 AM
    How does the Bank Holiday affect my JSA payment? 22nd May 09 at 10:23 AM
    Hello,
    I forgot to ask this yesterday when I signed on so I thought I'd see if anyone here had the answer. I sign on on a Thursday and so get paid the following Tuesday...however, we have a bank holiday monday this week so will that affect when I get paid. I remember that a long time ago Post Offices would have signs up stating you could cash Giro's early. But now that they use bank transfer for it does it go in on the same day, a day late or early?

    I ask because I want to make sure I budget accordingly and don't end up caught short because I didn't know.
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