Family Tax Benefit Part B - Income Thresholds


Two parent families with one main income
The parent earning the higher amount can earn $150,000 or less for that financial year. If the primary earner's income is under that limit, an income test is then applied to the parent earning the lower amount. The parent earning the lower amount can earn up to $4,526 for the financial year before it reduces the rate of Family Tax Benefit Part B payable.

Please Note: Family Tax Benefit Part B is not payable to families if the primary earner's income is more than $150,000.

Single Parent Families
If you are a single parent, you can get the maximum rate of Family Tax Benefit Part B provided your income is $150,000 per year or less.

Please Note: If you share the care of your child, there are special rules about how much Family Tax Benefit Part B you can be paid. Family Tax Benefit Part B is not payable to single parents if the primary earner's income is more than $150,000.
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(Source: Family Assistance Office)

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