New LSA daily pay rates - Can you help?

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  1. All,

    Have been lookin everywhere for the actual daily rates of pay the the AFPRB has brought in for LSA. Got 786 days behind me and wanna know what level that puts me on and how much a day.

    And yes, goin away soon so very interested
  2. That amount of days will put you on Level 3 LSA and it's £13 odd per day.
  3. Lovely job, that'll do nicely, cheers _mate
  4. Are the rate slisted anywhere, I'm also due to be away for 7 months and currently sat at 990
  5. Cheers matelot.

    But just to clarify for any others who are too lazy to scroll through. The rates are listed on P71 of the linked pdf document.

    Or are here:

    Level 1 (up to 400 days qualifying separation) 6.22
    Level 2 (401-700 days qualifying separation) 9.72
    Level 3 (701-1000) 13.24
    Level 4 (1001-1300) 14.52
    Level 5 (1301-1600) 15.64
    Level 6 (1601-1900) 16.76
    Level 7 (1901-2200) 17.87
    Level 8 (2201-2500) 19.55
    Level 9 (2501-2800) 20.67
    Level 10 (2801-3100) 21.79
    Level 11 (3101-3400) 22.90
    Level 12 (3401-3700) 24.03
    Level 13 (3701-4000) 25.14
    Level 14 (4001+) 26.26
  6. Just a quick question Im on high rate now which is about level 3 money wise (600 odd days) but when this starts I go down to level 2 as I am under 700 days, is this right?
  7. IIRC when the new rates come in those who were on the old system will be credited with 100 days. Don't quote me though. If I find the rules I will confirm it though.
  8. Yes. When the new system kicks in those people transitioning to LSA from LSSA will be credited with 100 days.

  9. Cheers for that mate
  10. I wouldn't be too sure now they've scrapped the 100 days qualifying period!!!
  11. For those old and not so bold add 100 days