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Covid-19 and payment of early holiday assets - Update March 19, 2021

On 21 August 2020, the government passed the bill on early payment of holiday assets earned in the period from 1 September 2019 to 31 March 2020 (corresponding to up to 3 weeks' holiday). On 16 March 2021, the government decided that the last saved holiday funds are available to disbursement as well. (the last 2 weeks).

It has been agreed that the paid holiday assets shall not affect other public benefits you may receive. This also applies to SU recipients.

Does it affect my SU if I get paid my holiday assets? Update March 19, 2021

No, it will not affect your SU if you choose to have your holiday assets paid out. The amount paid out will not count towards your increased allowed amount of earnings for 2020 or 2021 (årsfribeløb) and therefore will have no effect on your SU.

My SU rate is dependent on my parents' income. Does it affect my SU if my parents get paid their holiday assets?

No, it will not affect your SU if your parents are paid their holiday assets - even if your SU rate is based on how much they earn.