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    I'm worried about uni course fees and interest rates on fee help. My husband was going to do 2 diplomas and finish off at uni. Now he might not be able to. My diploma plus post grad wouldve been finished by 2019. Now not sure I can do this now . But definitely cutting ftb b off is distressing. And the $7 co-payment to the gp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberleygal1 View Post
    Exactly... Zip zilch... Thousands of dollars out of pocket is what we get having to do IVF!
    Thank you xo

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    I reckon we should get back on track and discuss the budget without the personal insults.

    It's a good topic to discuss and we don't want this closed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Of course I know that. I get fee help. The fees won't matter. DH is working but not full time as he's studying FT as well. we can't live on a part time wage. So now I'll be packing shelves on min wage, when I could have bettered myself and paying more tax as a teacher.

    We are now going to have an unskilled population bc no one with kids can afford to study. Kudos to those that voted Lib. I said this would be the worst govt in history and I've been proved right.
    I don't get then why you can't finish?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberleygal1 View Post
    I think the budget was fair, I expected worse with all the talk over the previous weeks. Every time the budget is released there is always people that won't be happy. I have more faith in the Libs than I do in Labour hence why I am a liberal supporter. I think the cuts to foreign aid, immigration, asylum seekers and the detention centres are long over due and happy to see the funding to border security which should never have been cut in the first place. I was also glad to see there were no changes to the ccr.
    and thank you again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anjalee View Post
    I reckon we should get back on track and discuss the budget without the personal insults.

    It's a good topic to discuss and we don't want this closed.
    Big yes to this! it's getting crazy in here

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    I just read that the government is putting $245m into school chaplains... I'm not sure how this is a good move?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharlee32 View Post
    What do you think I get back form IVF exactly.. **** all. Thanks for your input.
    We get about $5k per cycle back from Medicare?

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