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    The human services website says those budget measures would apply to babies born on or after 1st July, so you'd be fine

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    Thank goodness @clementineGrace. Heartily hoping it doesn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna matata View Post
    Wondering if anyone might be able to help.

    I've just applied for PPL for my bub who is due end of March (so I beat the cutoff date). I get paid for 14 weeks from my employer, which I'm opting to take at half pay, so stretching it out to 28 weeks.

    I want the PPL to start when my employer may leave runs out, but that will be after the July date. So my question is, because bubs will be born before the cut off date will I still receive it to start in August?
    Sub as I'm in this exact same position (Bub is due in April) and I hadn't even thought about that

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    I'm subbing too. I'm due June 30 with my first...... Oh dear! I'm not losing sleep over it but geez it would be handy.

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    I'm just concerned they will say no you can't start claiming after the date even if Bub was already born before it.

    I know I can claim both at once, but it's more a mental thing to have money coming in for a longer period of time, even if it's the same amount in the end.

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    Im im the same boat, due in June. I was going to just take mine at the same time just in case. It's hard when the details aren't finalised.

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    This was from human services website. Definitely says children born on or after 1st July.
    So you're entitled, regardless of whether you claim before or after 1st july

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    It's still up for review anyway 😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna matata View Post
    I'm just concerned they will say no you can't start claiming after the date even if Bub was already born before it.

    I know I can claim both at once, but it's more a mental thing to have money coming in for a longer period of time, even if it's the same amount in the end.
    You can actually put your ppl claim in before Bub is born and say what date you would like it to start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bun View Post
    You can actually put your ppl claim in before Bub is born and say what date you would like it to start.
    Since when? When I had DS you couldn't finish it as you needed a DOB (then of course upload/send theough birth docs). I need to start thinking about starting my application.


 

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