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    And the $1000 def wasn't called education tax refund.

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    It shows up as pension Ed one time payment of education tax refund ??could it be because I'm studying yr 10? I dunno guess I'll ring n ask don't want to end up owing them $

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    Quote Originally Posted by jagamoe View Post
    It shows up as pension Ed one time payment of education tax refund ??could it be because I'm studying yr 10? I dunno guess I'll ring n ask don't want to end up owing them $
    Probably cause that would be the equivilant payment a high school student would get.

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    I asked and it was nice bonus

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    In 2011-12, the Education Tax Refund (ETR) was paid direct into bank accounts. This means you don’t claim it through your tax return or have to keep receipts.

    If you are in secondary study (or vocational equivalent), and receiving one of the following payments, you may be eligible for the ETR:
    • Youth Allowance (student)
    • Disability Support Pension and Pension Education Supplement
    • ABSTUDY Living Allowance.
    If you think you’re eligible, but haven’t received the ETR payment, contact the Dept of Human Services (formerly Centrelink) on 132 468.

    For more info visit humanservices.gov.au/schoolkidsbonus.


 

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