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23-04-2016 23:22 #11
23-04-2016 23:47 #12Senior Member
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If her husband's adjusted taxable income is genuinely less than $50,000 that would seem incorrect - there would definitely be entitlements. However might be more complicated than that. Perhaps they can't claim because they have outstanding tax lodgements (not that uncommon for some self-employed who are so busy with their business that they fall behind in the paperwork side of things). Perhaps taxable income is actually much higher but he only draws out less than $50,000 cash a year out and reinvests the remainder in the business. Or if it's a family business there may be a family trust type structure and he is entitled to trust distributions even if he hasn't actually physically received the cash. Things aren't always straight forward.
24-04-2016 06:54 #13
I showed her the links on this, hopefully it makes her go.
24-04-2016 06:56 #14
24-04-2016 14:00 #15
It's a little more difficult applying for centrelink payments when you're self employed (just been through this recently) so perhaps she was just scared off by the paperwork?
24-04-2016 23:58 #16
Hopefully Nafsika she will for the last financial year...she only has till end of June this year to make a claim for 14/15 lump sum payment. So unfortunate she hasn't applied for last 3 years because they will only back date for 1 year now.
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07-06-2016 06:30 #17
Does anyone know how much money you can have in the bank until they stop your payments?
07-06-2016 07:11 #18Senior Member
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07-06-2016 07:12 #19
It depends on your situation. If you have sold a house than you get a certain time frame to buy another. If you have a big savings account and you lose your job you need to use up your savings before getting payments. If you come into money eg a win or inheritance. Than You need to declare it.
Scholarships need to be declared but in most circumstances they don't affect payments.
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