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    Yes! Loving it.

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    Yes! I love the 'is it liberating as a politician to decide that election promises don't matter?'

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    Can someone explain exactly the uni thing? Have they scrapped the HECS/ fee-help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by May baby View Post
    I was watching to understand the paid parental leave...seems as though he has kept the 26 weeks pay at your salary (I think 100k cut off).
    Does anyone know if you work for an employer who offers paid parental leave, do you get both? I know currently you do.
    If it passes in the Senate that will probably be discussed. I don't think they can tell workplaces what to do but I am sure many places will reduce their current schemes and just "top up" so that those employees who would have received more under the current employer scheme, get the same amount as they would have.

    If they don't, I would get 10 months full pay which just seems crazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    The lady on abc is reaming hockey hahah
    Yes! He's not giving a straight answer to her questions.

    He is also sweating. Go Sarah!

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    Best budget yet and that's why I always vote for the libs

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    Can some please help with a few questions?

    I was planning to enrol in a tpp course at uni with a view to enrol in a bachelor next year. With the fee rise, if I'm already enrolled am I ok or do I pay more?

    FTB B, ds1 will be 8 on Friday and ds2 turned 5 last week. As of July next year do we lose FTB B completely or will we not be affected as we already receive it?

    Thanks ladies. I'm trying to get more involved in politics and such but I'm in way over my head

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    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    If it passes in the Senate that will probably be discussed. I don't think they can tell workplaces what to do but I am sure many places will reduce their current schemes and just "top up" so that those employees who would have received more under the current employer scheme, get the same amount as they would have.

    If they don't, I would get 10 months full pay which just seems crazy.
    I'm curious to find out. I would be the same I too would get close to 10 months full pay. Sounds too good to be true

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharlee32 View Post
    Best budget yet and that's why I always vote for the libs
    Really?! Have you not read through this thread and 'heard' how worried some are?

    Geezus.

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