Universal credit - Payments

Universal Credit will be paid monthly in arrears to one person in the household.

If you can't manage monthly payments of Universal Credit or you're having trouble budgeting, you may be able to have an Alternative Payment Arrangement (APA). This can mean paying your Universal Credit more often than monthly, splitting it between you and your partner, or paying Universal Credit for your rent direct to your landlord.

View full details on payment options on GOV.UK.

 

 


Last Updated on Monday, July 30, 2018

Universal Credit will be paid monthly in arrears to one person in the household.

If you can't manage monthly payments of Universal Credit or you're having trouble budgeting, you may be able to have an Alternative Payment Arrangement (APA). This can mean paying your Universal Credit more often than monthly, splitting it between you and your partner, or paying Universal Credit for your rent direct to your landlord.

View full details on payment options on GOV.UK.


Last Updated on Monday, July 30, 2018