I'm just curious about what payments stay at home mummy's are eligible for from Centerlink? Trying to budget and decide whether or not to go back to work... TIA
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05-05-2015 10:20 #1Junior Member
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05-05-2015 10:22 #2
Depends on your circumstances- your assets, income etc.
We are a single income family with 4 kids. I am not eligible for parenting payment due to dh's income but i do get family tax benefits a & b. I returned to work for a short period when we only had 2 kids. For us it wasnt worth it. I lost my entire pay to childcare so we were no better off financially.
05-05-2015 10:24 #3Senior Member
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Not a question anyone on here can tell you without knowing your personal financial situation. Book in for a chat with Centrelink and they will let you know what you are entitled to.
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