But something to think about before you start working with your new budget...
The maximum amount that Universal Credit can deduct off you is based a percentage of your Standard Allowance. This means that you may have already been paying back to maximum amount and now that the rates are increasing, they may start to take a further amount of you.
They will not increase your advance repayments. They never take more than the amount that you agreed, unless it relates to an old claim and has now become an ordinary debt.
The basic rule is they can take 30% of Standard Allowance for advances and ordinary debts.
The increased rates are as follows -
So while it is beneficial that the standard allowance and other rates are increasing and you will benefit from it, you may find that if your deductions increase that you don't feel the benefit uprating as much as initially planned.
Read more info about deductions including rent arrears and what to do if this will cause you hardship here.