What is upfront payment

what is upfront payment

Eligibility basics

Eligibility and payment rates

Eligibility for Newborn Upfront Payment and Newborn Supplement

You may be eligible for Newborn Upfront Payment and Newborn Supplement if you or your partner has given birth to a child.

Payment rates for Newborn Upfront Payment and Newborn Supplement

You may get a maximum increase to your Family Tax Benefit Part A of $2,091.84 for your first child or $1,046.25 for other children.

Payment options for Newborn Upfront Payment and Newborn Supplement

How you receive Newborn Upfront Payment and Newborn Supplement depends on how you choose to receive Family Tax Benefit Part A.

If you choose to receive Family Tax Benefit Part A fortnightly, you will automatically receive Newborn Upfront Payment as a lump sum. You will receive it after we have assessed your claim and confirmed you are eligible. Newborn

Supplement will be paid for up to 13 weeks from the date you become eligible. This will be included in your regular Family Tax Benefit Part A payments.

If you choose to receive Family Tax Benefit Part A as a lump sum after the end of the financial year, Newborn Upfront Payment and Newborn Supplement will be included in that lump sum. Should you decide to change to fortnightly Family Tax Benefit payments, we will start paying your Newborn Supplement as part of your regular payments.

Newborn Upfront Payment and Newborn Supplement may be subject to Income Management. You may use Newborn Supplement to pay bills through Centrepay .

Other benefits while receiving Newborn Upfront Payment and Newborn Supplement

If you qualify for Newborn Upfront Payment and Newborn Supplement, you may be entitled to other payments and services, such as:

Source: www.humanservices.gov.au

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