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    Quote Originally Posted by lolz83 View Post
    Okay can I add another factor into the equation? I work full time and I plan I'm starting employer paid ML on July 16th at 38 weeks. However I also study at uni on the side which I will continue to do whilst on ML. Does study effect your PPL payments?
    i dont think so, i think its just paid work. you can even go to work for a couple of days(not sure how many 1 2 3 or 4??) to 'keep in touch' with work. i guess if theres a training day or something you need to attend

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    I completed a semester of uni at the same time. There are only stipulations on employment.

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    Yes you can, I am doing it now. I was paid 15 weeks parental leave from my employer plus 5weeks annual leave then 13 weeks long service leave and then the 18 weeks government PPL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBoo View Post
    I'm planning on taking my work leave at 1/2 pay and then getting the PPL at the same time so I can still have longer off
    Same. This what I am doing too.


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    hi girls, i too need advice on PPL, i have the form to fill but after a while my head hurts...lol... I'm currently on mat leave from work at half pay, then i go onto 2 weeks annual leave then i start long service leave at half pay, too which i end up with a year off. so I'm unsure when to start the ppl, and when i do the estimator online, it says id be better with the baby bonus and other family tax A & B stuff???? i don't understand it all sometimes. i also got told i had to apply online too? so do it all twice????? is this right???? any advice would be great. thanks


 

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