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How many days do I need wait for backdate w/c

#1 User is offline   Rasta131 

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Posted 04 June 2014 - 05:14 PM

Hi all
After 3years finally I can get backdate weekly compensation.

My question is
How many weeks to get backdated payment after ACC made decision for last 3 years?

ACC made decision was2 weeks ago. Still nothing from ACC .

VIMA report to ACC was beginning of March ,so already more than 3 month.
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Posted 04 June 2014 - 05:23 PM

acc took 9 months...

to completely destroy the dates of backpay, and award me 1/2 of what was owing

and we had to hassle them for it, 9 months after it was awarded....

just warning you.....

still trying to recover the $$$ but the person involved has recently been ""let go"" from acc......

just like the branch manager was demoted after having to swallow her gall, and apologise for malfeasance in public office....letter one day...gone the next....
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Posted 04 June 2014 - 05:29 PM

You kidding?!

9month??

ACC already send letter about sign IRP, and165.

Even I didn't get any money yet!!

When ACC stopped w/c sent a piece of paper and back to w/c ACC asked so many papers from winz, IRD , bank account etc.


Thank you for you advice is any way to speed up them? If possible?

Thank you
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Posted 04 June 2014 - 05:36 PM

be polite

be persistent

use their words...like if they say six weeks...

at the 6 week mark...ask where the money is

then do it again and again, every week, until it appears in your account...

thats what i have had to do with every issue with acc.....


the person who was recently stood down, managed to "escape a fraud investigation"

or at least, thinks she has......
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Posted 04 June 2014 - 06:06 PM

Thank you for your tips.

Is this normal procedure to took 9 month?
They don't have any time limit ? Or whatever ACC needs time , do we must wait?

Be honest when they sent letter for confirmed it ,I thought pressure was off,
But tonight I found out time frame for backdate payment , I may need start looking for big brunch ,big tree for hanging.

Thank you again.
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Posted 04 June 2014 - 06:47 PM

One positive for you is ACC have been forced to pay late interest which is tax free if you claim.
When you get your back payment , the tax rate will be wrong , but then just enjoy next years tax refund.
To speed things up , you can use an advocate or lawyer , who will want money % for what will happen eventually if you can wait.
Try to enjoy that each day ACC. are paying interest to you .
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Posted 04 June 2014 - 06:51 PM

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Posted 04 June 2014 - 06:55 PM

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Posted 04 June 2014 - 09:16 PM

Greg
Thank you for your reply
I thought that back payment need to pay TAX to IRD, but you said TAX free, but I have to claim it.
I thought ACC made this mess ,ACC should wipe bum themselves ,but I know dosent work that way!!
Thank you

Aurora

Yes you are right ,if I gave up to fight ,that exactly ACC want it..
I felt getting really tired from injury side and financial side. But ACC don't care about it.
Thank you for your kind word,
I will update it what happen next a few month
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Posted 04 June 2014 - 11:56 PM

Hi Rasta

Firstly you don't get your WC till ACC have settled with WINZ

They have to get the details from them as to what is owing for all the time you were in a benefit and then Winz have to be refunded that amount, Then you are paid the difference
In my case they took 6mths then I threatened them and it was in the bank in a week.
Actually, there is no reason they cant pay you weekly as from the date you stopped your Benefit, It is the refund that holds it all up and the policy is they don't start weekly compo till WIN Z have had their bite..


Also if you were cut off wrongfully, ACC have to pay you interest.

The interest is tax free.


I suggest that you email the CM and ask have they worked out the refund to Winz yet and when is your WC going to stadt as you have been waiting for... months. Be polite tho!

good you have been allowed ERC but watch out, they will try and exit you again with another assessment and on it goes.

good luck
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Posted 05 June 2014 - 01:15 PM

[quote name='Rasta131' timestamp='1401873375' post='184333']
Greg
Thank you for your reply
I thought that back payment need to pay TAX to IRD, but you said TAX free, but I have to claim it.
I thought ACC made this mess ,ACC should wipe bum themselves ,but I know dosent work that way!!
Thank you
This is what I posted ; When you get your back payment , the tax rate will be wrong , but then just enjoy next years tax refund.
There are many threads about ACC require the claimant to change their tax code to a higher %.
If you really want help yourself ; lookup 'Mini' posts as she has won court cases about IRD actions and some others as
well are now engaged in current Court cases. 'tomcat' has good advise as well from experience.
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