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    I'm finding it difficult to get confirmation on the centrelink website as to what the eligibility is for receiving the $700 per child for FTB part A. Does it matter how much FTB part A you get as to whether you receive the payment at the end of the financial year? And if you are entitled is that included in your tax return or will it be a separate payment from Centrelink? Any information would be appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blessedwith3boys View Post
    I'm finding it difficult to get confirmation on the centrelink website as to what the eligibility is for receiving the $700 per child for FTB part A. Does it matter how much FTB part A you get as to whether you receive the payment at the end of the financial year? And if you are entitled is that included in your tax return or will it be a separate payment from Centrelink? Any information would be appreciated.
    I think you get it no matter how much part A you get. It will be issued separately by Centrelink once the ATO passes on your tax details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    I think you get it no matter how much part A you get. It will be issued separately by Centrelink once the ATO passes on your tax details.
    Thanks. Do you happen to know the maximum a family can earn to be eligible for ftb part A and B?

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    I think it's about 100k. You can use the online calculator to see if you are eligible. The rates for cut off are all on their website.


 

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