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    Default healthcare card maximum income???

    does anyone know what this is?

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    It depends on how many kids you have.

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    we have 3

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    I think the Centrelink website has a calculator?


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    Hi Musical, there are a number of factors that determine the threshold.
    You can find more information here.

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    All I know is that with one child we missed out on anything cos DP earned $70 too much a week. He was on $1022 pw. I know that doesnt help you. but PPs are right there are several factors all up. so check the online calculator and do your best in trying to work it out.

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    I spoke to centrelink the other day as ours is now cancelled 😓....if ur combined income is more than 46300 u are not eligible doesnt matter how many kids u have! The criteria sucks

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    We might be ok then as ours will be 45000

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    I know 46300 was the limit for us with 4 kids. DD1 is not used to work it out as she has her own with YA.

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    I Never trust the centrelink calculators, they are never true.


 

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