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    Default FTB part b

    Hi all just wanting some clarification.
    I requested that part b of FTB be paid at the end of the financial year as a lump sum. Do I need to do anything further to make this happen like submit tax returns etc to centre link? The website doesn't tell me much at all. Thanks ladies

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    Once you have submitted your tax returns to the ato centrelink automatically receives your income info and then uses that to calculate how much $$ you are owed.
    So, apart from doing your tax there is nothing else you have to do. I think I'm often wrong about these things but that is the way I always was paid FTB B when I was employed- as a lump sum after the EOFY.

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    Thank for posting this, I was wondering the same thing!

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    Thank you!!!! I have been wondering the same thing!!!

    I am guessing though, that I still need to wait until we receive my husbands group certificate so that I can advise how much he earned?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissXamA View Post
    Thank you!!!! I have been wondering the same thing!!!

    I am guessing though, that I still need to wait until we receive my husbands group certificate so that I can advise how much he earned?
    Definitely

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    Ok another questions (sorry - never received centrelink allowances before other than PPL).
    Would I claim the FTB B as an income or allowance?
    And being that I do my 2014 - 2015 tax first, I would then claim this in the 2015 - 2016 tax year? Or no, don't need to advise?

    Does that make sense? I am really putting off calling centrelink or going in to ask these questions - so really appreciate this thread!

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    Im pretty sure you don't have to claim them at all. Centrelink already know that you're getting them

    (At least- I've never claimed them and never had any trouble come from it!)

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    Default FTB part b

    I know I need to complete a ftb lump sum claim form from centrelink to receive my ftb payment after the end of financial year? It's on their website.

    Eta: It's not counted towards income or allowance. I just fill out our income details from my and DHs group certificates from work.

    Additional: I also claim my ftb part a as well as a lump sum so I don't know if that makes a difference if you need to lodge a form or not....
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    Ladies..... Thank you so much!!! It all makes sense now
    Now I don't need to wait on the line for 90 mins or sit in the office with a hectic 2 year old for hours just to ask a few q's!!

    Thank you!!

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    Nope definitely don't need to claim it as an income or an allowance cause it's neither. You get ftb as per your income estimate...not like an income support payment


 

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