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    You may want to look into your options though.
    If youre not intending on working and you and bub will be dependent on hubby's wage you could be eligible for tax benefits and other assistance.
    I remember seeing somewhere (don't know now) that if you get the ppl over the baby bonus you then cannot claim another benefit. ( which long term could work out better)

    I would talk to centerlink to discuss options.

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    Hi

    My bub is due end of March and we are planning on moving interstate 6 weeks before bub due (when I go on materity from my job). Therefore I wont be going back to my orignial job but will get a another job eventually. How does this work in regards to my PPL and filling in the form? Also, When should i tell job my plans of moving interstate? They dont know im preg yet as im only almost 7 weeks...

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    Default Paid Parental Leave - Not returning to work

    Your employer pays your PPL if ur returning to work(with money from Family assistance paid to employer) but FA pays directly to u if not returning to work or ur circumstances change, that's why they ask!

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    Default Paid Parental Leave - Not returning to work

    You don't need to tell ur work ur moving interstate, unless u want to.
    Once u go on mat leave/ resign its none of their business and I doubt they'd care.


 

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