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    How much can you have to earn before you loose the parenting payment and health care card all together?

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    I think its around $1500/fortnight for 6 consecutive fortnights. If you go under one of those weeks it starts again.
    Thats for single parenting payments.

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    I can't remember the exact amounts but, I got 6 fortnightly of $0 parenting payment Before loosing my healthcare card.I was also told to apply for one as some people who earn a touch too much for parenting payment are still eligible for the health care card, but it's not issued automatically.

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    I earn around $1200 p/f and we don't get either.

    Dp could be on newstart and we'd get a hcc but because I earn too much he wouldn't actually receive any money and would still have to deal with centrelink and job network so for us it's not worth having.

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    Isn't the cut off around 44k?

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    It all depends on if you single or not, how many kids you have etc...
    It does tell you on the centrelink site.

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    Kool thank you.


 

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