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    whats the name of the payment you can get 6 weeks prior to baby being born to help with costs ?

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    I don't think there is one??

    The payments I'm aware of are only paid after bub is born and depends on your eligibility as to whether you would get Paid Parental Leave or the Newborn Supplement.

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    Never heard of it.


    Don't think it exists.


    I'd let your son and his girlfriend sort out their centrelink business by themselves.

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    I don't think there is one. If they think there is get her to call centrelink

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    Do you mean the baby bonus?

    http://www.humanservices.gov.au/cust...ink/baby-bonus

    ETA: oh prior.. No idea..
    Last edited by Lauzy; 13-05-2014 at 16:22.

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    No such payment exists. If either of them are receiving newstart then they could get an advance if they are eligible. If so it's $500 paid back over 12 mths.

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    No such thing.

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    If ur son is 18 or over then he has to call himself. Otherwise his gf can.

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    good to see many of you are just a rude as ever.

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    If they're already on centrelink benefits then they can apply for an advance but no specific baby payment pre baby being born.

    I don't really think anyone was being rude! Just answering your question.


 

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