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15 towards the cost of a preventative dental check if they are aged 12-17, enrolled in Medicare and receive certain government payments (such as Family Tax Benefit Part A) individually or as part of a family.
The SchoolKids Bonus is designed to help pay for education costs at primary and high school, and the majority of payments were made to families receiving family tax benefit part A.
The plan, which included deep cuts to regional subsidies, family tax benefits and top-tier pensions, was heavily criticised by several commentators for delaying by far the most painful cuts until 2013 and 2014.
2 Single Income Family Bonus The single income family bonus was also a once off payment to those families who received Family Tax Benefit Part B on the 3 February 2009, no matter how many children they have.
Tax offsets, and likewise the Medicare levy and Family Tax Benefits, in fact only require that the taxpayer supply the simple facts of his or her personal situation--age, marital status, dependants, employment status, earnings and tax withheld--on the tax return.
Joanne James also looks at the family-friendly workplace, including a comparison between Australia's Family Tax Benefit package and New Zealand's Working for Families.
Universal Benefits: The family tax benefit is made up of two components, with different origins and functions, as reflected in the design of the benefit.
Liz Hill's paper evaluates three areas of Commonwealth budget expenditure on work and family policy: Family Tax Benefits, the Maternity Payment, and the Child Care Benefit and Tax Rebate.