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    Quote Originally Posted by Luanajo View Post
    Sorry Hun I fell asleep haha
    I rang then today and they said I underestimated partners pay by 1000, but that they should've paid me 8000 and only paid me 5000.
    My partners I do hasn't gone through yet so I'm wondering if Nyone has done this and knows if I owe them money or of they owe me..? I'm a little worried :;
    They owe you if they should pay paid you 8000 but only paid 5000

    You get 3000.
    If it was the other way round (they paid you 8000 but you were only entitled to 5000) you would owe them 3000.

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    Can anyone tell me did ftb a or b rates increase this financial year? I heard a lot of talk about changes in the news / budget but wasn't sure what actually changed?
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    But I said my partner was meant to get 37000 and he actually got 38000 so what will happen with that ? Thanks everyone !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luanajo View Post
    But I said my partner was meant to get 37000 and he actually got 38000 so what will happen with that ? Thanks everyone !
    Is that his actual wage after you've submitted your tax? Remember they use the actual wage after deductions. If so, you were overpaid for him by $1,000 which means you'll owe. But if your wages were overestimated it might even out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luanajo View Post
    But I said my partner was meant to get 37000 and he actually got 38000 so what will happen with that ? Thanks everyone !
    They take out anything you were overpaid out of your supplement.
    Which by sounds they may have already done that. As the usually only tell you the figures after they have balanced it all up.

    You will get a letter saying something like this.

    You were entitled to $8000
    They break it down like this
    Fta and ftb $adc
    Fta sup $ day
    Ftb sup $ kml

    You were paid $5000

    You will receive $ xx xx
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    you owe $ xxxx

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    So if it turns out I owe them x amount I'll get nothing at all? Just trying to work it out.
    And yes, I estimated 37000 for his wages but his group cert said he made 38000. I just want to know if I'll get anything, I've gots bills to pay haha but they can't tell me anything until all his info transfers to their system which they say can take a few days?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luanajo View Post
    So if it turns out I owe them x amount I'll get nothing at all? Just trying to work it out.
    And yes, I estimated 37000 for his wages but his group cert said he made 38000. I just want to know if I'll get anything, I've gots bills to pay haha but they can't tell me anything until all his info transfers to their system which they say can take a few days?
    So he was underestimated $1,000 and you overestimated $3,000 so there's a $2,000 difference. I'd say you'd possibly get something back but I don't know enough about the process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luanajo View Post
    So if it turns out I owe them x amount I'll get nothing at all? Just trying to work it out.
    And yes, I estimated 37000 for his wages but his group cert said he made 38000. I just want to know if I'll get anything, I've gots bills to pay haha but they can't tell me anything until all his info transfers to their system which they say can take a few days?
    Ok. In my experience
    A underestimate of 1000 shouldn't take all your supplement but it might take some.

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    Thank you caketin! I'm hoping it works that way and we can pay some if not the rest of what we owe on my car haha for now it's just a waiting game

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luanajo View Post
    Thank you caketin! I'm hoping it works that way and we can pay some if not the rest of what we owe on my car haha for now it's just a waiting game
    I'm stalking my centrelink app for mine to show 'balancing'! I overestimated mine a heap and my hubby's was just under after I did his tax.


 

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