Well i finaly decided that i should try get a bit of finacial support during uni, and got my youth allowance forms today.
Thing is to be classed as independant, i need to have earnt atleast $16000 in 18 months. And believe it or not i havent.. actually fell well short.
In all honesty, last year i could have quite easily have worked more, and still done well at Uni, but didnt.dunno why, mainly coz i was just out of school and wanted to bum round a bit. My own dumb fault :), and as a result i had to sel the ol EF falcon.
And due to have twice the workload this year, cant really work much more hours than last year.
I think my parents may still earn a little too much, and coz im living with them, wont be able to get it. Even though i dont get much off them other than food and a bed.
Is there anything i should know about filling this out?
anyways to answer that will increase my chances?
any help would be great :s5
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when i was getting youth allowance i was a dependant. i may have fudged a couple of dollars here and there. However becareful if you're going to do that as if centrelink find out they will bend you over and you had better be ready for a pineapple. I have heard some bad stories where people have had to pay back big amounts, guilty or not. goodluck though.
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youth allowance so i gather your under 25 that makes it youth allowance..
ok whats the questions?
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