The Winter Fuel Payment is due by the end of the month, but some retirees will be left out.

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The Winter Fuel Payment is due by the end of the month, but some retirees will be left out.

A WINTER FUEL PAYMENT SHOULD BE IN BRITAIN’S BANKS BY THIS TIME NEXT WEEK, but ineligibility could be the reason for those who have not received a payment.

Those born on or before September 26, 1955, are eligible for a Winter Fuel Payment.

People who are in receipt of the state pension could receive between £100 and £300 to help them pay their heating bills automatically.

A person must also have spent at least one day in the UK during the week of September 20 to 26, 2021 in order to be eligible.

The qualifying week is required if Britons are to receive the payment.

Some people, however, will be denied a Winter Fuel Payment.

This is due to Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) regulations on the subject.

Expats, or people who have chosen to live in another country, should pay special attention, as many of them do so in retirement.

The qualifying week is required if Britons want the payment.

Some people, however, will be unable to receive a Winter Fuel Payment.

This is due to Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) regulations on the subject.

Expats, or people who have chosen to live abroad, should pay special attention, as many of them do so in retirement.

However, expats are not the only ones who may suffer during the colder months of the year.

According to the government website, people will not qualify in a variety of other situations.

If they were or are receiving free treatment in a hospital for more than a year, this is the case.

Individuals will also be disqualified if they are incarcerated for the entire qualifying week.

Those who need permission to enter the UK cannot receive a Winter Fuel Payment, and their granted leave states that they cannot claim public funds.

Similarly, if a British citizen lived in a care home for the entire period of June 28 to September 26 2021 and received:

Former pensions minister Baroness Ros Altmann recently called for more support for the elderly, including through winter support schemes.

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