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    Default What you doing with your tex/supps this financial year ?

    For me, I do not fully know this time around.

    Other then first see how much supps I do get, and best way to use it, or hang onto it, for later use.

    I might invest in some more fruit trees, and a juicer I have wanted for a long time.

    Some clothes for kids, not alot, and rest i think bank and use it when I really do need something/pay for something.

    No big spend ups.

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    Paying back my grandmother for the half of dh uni fees she lent us. Nothing exciting!

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    We have our own business so pay tax at the end of the year so our supps go straight into our tax bill fun haha. I also get a carers supplement that will pay for rego and new tyres on our car.

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    If I don't have to pay centrelink back I'll be happy! I did last year even though I thought I had over estimated.
    If we get money back it's going into our wedding/ honeymoon fund. So we get a couple of thousand. (Yeah, wishful thinking!)

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    We get our entire ftb at end of financial year so it's a nice amount usually, it goes towards our rates and some on credit card debt and try to keep some in savings. Need to also get a tooth fixed at $1500 so that will be a large chunk gone.

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    Credit card I had to put a new heat pump on it this year after mine died. Will be a huge relief though!


 

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