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Last years family tax benefit rates and cutoffs
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Posted 05 December 2012 - 05:52 PM
Does anyone know where i can find out the ftb rates for the financial year just passed? I underestimated our income and want to work out what sort of debt i might owe? I did only claim fortnightly payments for the last four months of the year so hoping the 8 months that i didnt get anything will cover alot of what i would have owed.
Also not sure how close our income was to the income where we would be not entitled to part A at all. Anyone know the income limit for a family with three school aged children. Hoping i wont have to pay back school kids bonus too!
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