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    Hoping someone can help me out. 2014/15 is the first financial year I have received Centrelink. I receive ftb, ccb and ccr. I also received ppl but that was paid through my work.

    I am trying to do my tax through "mytax" for the first time and I'm not sure what to do about the Centrelink aspect. My employers details are pre filled out with what I was paid but there isn't a statement income from Centrelink. Do I need a "group certificate" from them (I haven't received one) or am I fine to submit without my Centrelink details in there?

    I have ato, Medicare and Centrelink all linked on myGov.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Log on to Centrelink

    Go to "request a document"

    Select payment summary

    Select 2014/2015

    :-)

    ETA: You only need to include PPL as taxable income, so if its not listed on your PAYG Summary from work then do above. FTB, CCR & CCB dont need to be included.

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    Ftb, ccb and ccr are tax free payments so no need to declare it in your tax return.

    Ppl would have been included in the PAYG summary from your employers

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    Quote Originally Posted by blissfulfairy View Post
    Log on to Centrelink

    Go to "request a document"

    Select payment summary

    Select 2014/2015

    :-)

    ETA: You only need to include PPL as taxable income, so if its not listed on your PAYG Summary from work then do above. FTB, CCR & CCB dont need to be included.
    It let me select payment summery but there is no option for 2014/15, only specific dates. They then only tell me my ftb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    Ftb, ccb and ccr are tax free payments so no need to declare it in your tax return.

    Ppl would have been included in the PAYG summary from your employers
    I should be safe to submit my claim then.

    Thank you ladies!


 

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