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    Default Getting paid a bonus and PPL

    Hi everyone, so my first baby is due September 23 and I will be applying for PPL. My work however have just told me that they are willing to pay me my bonus in split payments while I am on maternity leave (on top of ppl).

    I won't be saving sick leave or annual leave in this time. Is this ok to do? I don't want to get in trouble for it. Thanks!

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    I got paid annual leave, maternity leave and my annual bonus while I was getting PPL no issues whatsoever

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anjalee View Post
    I got paid annual leave, maternity leave and my annual bonus while I was getting PPL no issues whatsoever
    Me too...infact due to my company doing well I got my biggest bonus the year I didn't work! Yay

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    Oh cool! Thanks ladies! Was hoping it would be ok as I was happy my bonus would be split up like that (less tax and ppl isn't a huge amount of money).

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    You can also choose when your PPL starts and finishes, as long as your last PPL is paid to you before bub is 1 year old.

    So if you're worried you could wait until your bonus has been paid before getting the PPL.

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    Allie that would be great but baby is due sept 23 and I'm returning to work jan 27. So I wouldn't have time to fit in ppl and a bonus separately.


 

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