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    Default Ftb part A

    At what income level does it stop?

    Online it just says:

    "The second test reduces the base rate of FTB Part A by 30 cents for each dollar above $94,316 until your payment is nil"

    I'm to sleep deprived at the moment to work out at what point it becomes nil.

    I was just doing an online estimator for childcare and surprisingly it popped up that there was some part A I could claim.
    Can I claim for last year still?
    My husband and I are basically on the same $$ so it's not like he earns majority.

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    Default Ftb part A

    Now it's saying zero when I put lower income in, so I put the higher amount again and its gone
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    I thought for 1 child the cut off was $101k but could be wrong.

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    We have two if that makes a difference

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    Quote Originally Posted by maternidade View Post
    We have two if that makes a difference
    Yes, it does. We have 3 and the cut off is around the $120k from memory.

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    I have 4 and cut off for us is around 130k

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