Underestimated our income by $2100. Do you know if we will be made to pay the whole amount back or just part of it? The stress is killing me!
mother to a beautiful baby boy
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15-07-2014 12:57 #1
Underestimate for Income
15-07-2014 13:07 #2Senior Member
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You wont need to pay $2100 back. Its just what centrelink has overpaid you. For example if you estimated 50k but income was 52100, you may have received an extra $200 for the year based on your estimate of 50k.
Anything you owe centrelink will come firstly out of your supplement payments.
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15-07-2014 13:16 #3
I'm in the same shoes, we under estimated by 5k! Not excepting much!
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