Lump Sum A

(last updated 05/06/2014)

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Amounts shown at Lump Sum A on your PAYG Payment Summary are paid for unused holiday pay and unused long service leave as per the following:

  • unused holiday pay and other leave related payments that accrued before 18 August 1993;
  • unused long service leave that accrued after 15 August 1978, but before 18 August 1993;
  • unused long service leave accrued after 17 August 1993 or unused holiday pay and other leave related payments, where the amount was paid in connection with a payment that includes (or consists of) either:
                - a genuine redundancy payment
                - an early retirement scheme payment
                - the invalidity segment of an ETP or super benefit.

If an amount has been included at Lump sum A, the ‘Type’ box must show the type of payment  made as per the following codes:
  • R – if the payment was made for a genuine redundancy, invalidity or under an early retirement scheme
  • T – if the payment was made for any other reason.   

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