- Jul 19, 2003
move on. stupid thread.
Why don't you use your parent money rather then getting off from centrelink.. Don't your brother paid for you as well...I want to put a significant amount in my bank (gift from parents) but they said to me to find out if centrelink may stop payments youth allowance/austudy if i did this the money is for a home deposit for the future once i graduate uni.
Anyone got any ideas?
No my brothers dont financially support me, they only talked about it but decided not too because of their own kids to support & mortgage repayments to pay obviously. Even if they did decide to give me pocket money, it is not against centrelink rules because it is considered a gift not assessable income!Why don't you use your parent money rather then getting off from centrelink.. Don't your brother paid for you as well...
Should quit doing it or i might report to centrelink
Edit: http://community.boredofstudies.org...ens-if-i-save-all-my-centrelink-payments.html for proof..
thanks, appreciate it.
Never claimed i am "smart".ok.. if you know it all, why ask on BOS?..
your smart enough right? or your too dumb too search your own infomation.
FYI most of my info is unreliable because:
1. I'm not centrelink
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Nope it sarcasm... didn't detect itNever claimed i am "smart".
Above reply gave me the link and i had a good read through it.
I dont deserve any this. And type in English, this is a "english" forum. Use naver or hojunara if you want to learn your korean.
Discussion over. I got the answer i needed.
^ ThisYouth allowance is a payment for people who could not otherwise afford to survive while studying
If your parents have the desire to throw money at you, stop leeching off the taxpayer
i guess so.Nope it sarcasm... didn't detect it
If your a fair few year older then all of the people in BoS... thenAlso funny, most of the people advising me are 4 or 5 years younger than me! i would think i have more life experience than any of you.
If you said things in front of my face, i wouldnt let it slide. Especially in non school forum, is a nightmare. Too many internet warriors to my liking, but scared cats irl.
Obviously I have no idea what your circumstances are, they may be completely different, not relevant to what I know about youth allowance;you can still claim centrelink if you are being given money by relatives because it is not income. i myself inherited a large sum of money and can still claim centrelink
Income means an 'income amount' you earn, derive or receive for your own use or benefit; or a periodical payment or benefit you receive as a gift or allowance. It includes income from outside Australia.
'Income amount' means:
- personal earnings; (i.e. earnings for work performed including wages, salaries, bonuses, penalty rates, overtime, commission or honoraria, and stipends)
- monies (i.e legal tender, cash)
- valuable consideration (i.e. you receive goods, services or some other benefit in exchange for some item, action or promise)
- profits (i.e. the amount of earnings in excess of its expenses, whether of a capital nature or not).
well if you have more than $5,500 in liquid assets (money etc) your youth allowance payments will be deferred until you come under that amount. That seems a pretty clear indication to me that centrelink/government does not expect you to be able to save for a house with gov. money- they expect you to be able to need that money to live/survive, not be able to just put it all into savings.saying that someone that can afforda homeloan or to buy a house shouldnt be on centrelink is silly. how do you think people save to geta homeloan or buy a house when theyre job pays alot less? centrelink contributes to that amount through payments.