FATBALLZ wrote: »
Those who can't handle the change should probably be in an institution anyway.
rogerblack wrote: »
Have you considered how expensive this would be?
Paying benefits weekly, or biweekly, these days is essentially free.
There is another issue.
The royal mail lose 0.5% of letters the DWP send.
Not infrequently, the first people hear of the DWP making a decision on their claim is that the money doesn't go into the account.
If this change occurs, then by the time that's happened, for many, the time to appeal the decision will have lapsed.
Jojo_the_Tightfisted wrote: »
How would this work, when benefits entitlements are generally calculated on a weekly basis? And what of the five week month, bane of the employed masses?
totarb wrote: »
I thought most benefits are already paid every 4 weeks. Are there some that aren't?
wouldbeqaulitymoneysaver wrote: »
More budgeting problems for us on Benefits and I think those on Benefits who are struggling to make ends meet need to be listened to and not preached at by those who don't have to live on benefits.
If you plan to get a place via 'clearing'
Lower your band & save £1,000s
Past-best-before health food etc