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    Odd payment

    So I got a payment for PIP for £452.41 (today, April 30th). I'm in the middle of being reassessed as well for PIP should I be concerned??? My current rates are enhanced daily living and standard mobility, unless this is a change or something. I dunno. My previous payment was £451 (April 1st) if that makes any difference. Can anyone figure out this random tiny increase? Thanks.

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    Benefits increased from 12 april, so may be a mix of old rate and new rate, next payment should be at full rate of new rate

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    Yes, it will be at two different rates because the increase was in the middle(ish) of the month.

    Your next payment will be all at the new rates so should be £453.20
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