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    Wow, my mum told me it was only about $250, does anyone know the figure for a single mum with one child?

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    Quote Originally Posted by singlemumma82 View Post
    Wow, my mum told me it was only about $250, does anyone know the figure for a single mum with one child?
    I think it would be $110 less then a single mum with 2 kids. So $423.
    You can check out what you will receive on the estimator.

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    Thanks for the estimator link! So helpful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    I think it would be $110 less then a single mum with 2 kids. So $423.
    You can check out what you will receive on the estimator.

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    I had a look but couldnt understand it using the estimator.

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    My estimate was $446 single
    Mother of one child under 4

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    I had a look but couldnt understand it using the estimator.
    I just put through a single mother with one child aged (4-7years) and 20k as income which well and truely covers PPS and then some and it came up as $427.

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    So it comes up with three different figures, is the top one what the lump sum would be and the bottom two just detailing what the payment is broken down and how much you stand to have in your payments next year?

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    http://www.cleanenergyfuture.gov.au/.../cameo-tables/

    Thats a table of different scenario's that helps you figure out what you are entitled too. It's on the same page as the estimator. It might help some who are confused by the estimator?

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    So it comes up with three different figures, is the top one what the lump sum would be and the bottom two just detailing what the payment is broken down and how much you stand to have in your payments next year?
    Mine comes up with 4 different figures but it should say beside it something about being a tax free, lump sum payment to be paid between May and June.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    http://www.cleanenergyfuture.gov.au/.../cameo-tables/

    Thats a table of different scenario's that helps you figure out what you are entitled too. It's on the same page as the estimator. It might help some who are confused by the estimator?
    Thanks for that link. According to that one its the TOP FIGURE on the other estimator that is correct?

    So I don't know if that helps anyone else but that's how I read it.


 

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