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    Long boring story so i'll just give you some facts and ask the question:

    Is there a single parenting payment for a 'partnered person' who lives with the father of her youngest child but has 2 older children living in the same house? (I'm not talking separated under the same roof or child support). The mum is also working full time and so is her partner.

    Surely this doesn't exist?

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    No. I don't think so. I think it is called parenting payment partnered. The parent obviously has a partner so no.

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    [QUOTE=BbBbBh;7776407]Long boring story so i'll just give you some facts and ask the question:

    Is there a single parenting payment for a 'partnered person' who lives with the father of her youngest child but has 2 older children living in the same house? (I'm not talking separated under the same roof or child support). The mum is also working full time and so is her partner.

    Surely this doesn't exist? And does anyone know what the 'parenting payment partnered' code is that shows up on their bank statement (..3711 followed by the CRN).

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    Bump. Help me out here!

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    I'm 100% sure that payment doesn't exist

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    My parenting payment code on bank statement is 911P
    And just dug threw old bank statements & my single was 311P not sure if that helped

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    If they're both working full time surely they'd only be eligible for FTB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunkx View Post
    My parenting payment code on bank statement is 911P
    And just dug threw old bank statements & my single was 311P not sure if that helped
    Thank you so much for the code. It helps a lot. One day I will post this whole story but for now that helps me immensely.

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    Glad I could help

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    Surely the couldn't be getting parenting payment partnered and be working full time. I think that cuts out once you have a combines income of around $45,000? I think?


 

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