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    Quote Originally Posted by Mummytopeanut View Post
    I am a stay at home mum & my DP works, I think he might earn to much.
    On the centrelink site, they have online estimators. You can put in your partner's income and the number of children, and they will tell you whether you are eligible.

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    how do you claim this, last year i recieved FTB a and b and i only got about $300 back that they owed me in march this yr as i overestimated my income. I didnt get anything back at tax time.

    This yr I think I have over estimated my income again, and under estimated hubbys only by a bit (but he doesnt earn over 150K so shouldnt matter). How do I get this amount back at tax time....could really do with the extra money since i had to quit work.

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    yeh i got paid $600 about 6 weeks ago as i over estimated too

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    It is the lump sum payment you get at the end of the financial year if you were eligible for family tax benefit parts a or b during the year.

    The part b supplement is $300-something per family and the part a supplement is $700-something per child.
    Is this for both partnered and single parent families?
    When is it paid?
    Thanks for your help

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    Anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombiekitty View Post
    Is this for both partnered and single parent families?
    When is it paid?
    Thanks for your help
    Maritial status is irrelevant. Your eligibilty is determined by your family income.
    If are you eligible for ftb and the supps they will be paid after you and your partner have lodged your tax returns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    Maritial status is irrelevant. Your eligibilty is determined by your family income.
    If are you eligible for ftb and the supps they will be paid after you and your partner have lodged your tax returns.

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    Thanks HM

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombiekitty View Post
    Thanks HM
    Income test for part B:

    http://www.humanservices.gov.au/cust...-b-income-test

    Income test for part A:

    http://www.humanservices.gov.au/cust...-a-income-test

    If you have never received family tax benefit, but think you will be eligible, I think you actually have to apply for it by filling out some painful form.

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    I get FTB every fortnight but have never gotten a supplement? I have been told by numerous accountants I don't need to lodge a tax return as I earn nothing other than CL payments and DP does his tax. We don't underestimate so don't need to pay tax or debt to CL so do I need to chase this up?

    Do you all get it from doing nothing or do you have to ask for it/lodge a form?

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    I get FTB every fortnight but have never gotten a supplement? I have been told by numerous accountants I don't need to lodge a tax return as I earn nothing other than CL payments and DP does his tax. We don't underestimate so don't need to pay tax or debt to CL so do I need to chase this up?

    Do you all get it from doing nothing or do you have to ask for it/lodge a form?
    You can advise centrelink/FAO that you aren't required to lodge a tax return. Then once your DP has done his tax the supps will be paid out shortly after provided you are eligible for them.


 

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