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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    And hopefully a profitable one for you make sure you have a great accountant!
    Yes, a very good one, he works at a large company so reputable, but have known him personally for years, his wife too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2girls1boyplus1 View Post
    DH - $59k
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    Also got FTB but that's not counted as taxable income is it?
    No, nor is Carer Allowance, I just threw it in. My taxable income was 23k for the year.

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    Mine was 23k for the year. Was boosted up with starting to work. This current financial year will be one that I will have made the most in as I am able to earn a fairly good income each fortnight.

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    when dh does his tax, ill know (wish he'd hurry up, i want to see if we get the ftb supplements!)
    I know its more than 20k but less than 100k haha!

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    Umm... Me $0 and dh $43,000


    I do get carers pension but its not classed as taxable income, i think my non taxable income all up was $12,000

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    Mine was $37 000 - i only worked since november and was on pp single before that!

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    Me $25 000
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    Pretty disappointed in the tax return this year coz DF had the pay the rest of his Student loan

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZewZew View Post
    Pretty disappointed in the tax return this year coz DF had the pay the rest of his Student loan
    DFs was pretty crappy too, lol, but we don't really need the money so it's ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bell & Bug View Post
    DFs was pretty crappy too, lol, but we don't really need the money so it's ok.
    We don't NEED the money but it would have been nice! Haha

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