Your Cash Top-up will be the difference between your Income Promise and how much you earned the previous month from the income sources which contribute to your Income Promise.

For example, if your Income Promise if £1,500 and you earned £1,200 the previous month, your Cash Top-up will be £300. (£1,500- £1,200).

The total amount of Cash Top-ups you can have outstanding at any one time cannot exceed your credit limit. If a new Cash Top-up offer would push you over your credit limit, the Cash Top-up offer will be limited to the amount of your available credit limit.

For example, if the difference between your earned income and your Income Promise is £300, but you only have £250 credit available, your Cash Top-up offer will be reduced to £250.

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