Waiting for your Universal Credit payment? This is when benefits payment go into your account - and what happens if your Universal Credit pay date falls at a weekend or bank holiday. It replaces six existing benefits, including housing benefit - so it will include cash to cover your rent, which you must pay yourself unless you've made a special arrangement for it to go straight to the landlord. Many say they find managing on the payments is a challenge - though there is a way of changing that if you find you cannot budget. Universal Credit is assessed and paid in arrears on a monthly basis, in a single payment. The first payment is made seven days after the end of the first one-month assessment period, meaning a five-week wait when you initially apply for the benefit. Payments are then made on the same date every month. But there is some variation when there is a bank holiday. The Department for Work and Pensions told Birmingham Live: "If a payment date is on a bank holiday or weekend, customers will be paid on the last working day before the bank holiday or weekend. If your payment date is on the 29th, 30th or 31st of a month and the current month has fewer days, you will be paid on the last day of the month.
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