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Would you have more than 2 kids if tax payers didn’t give you any money ? *not talking about multiple births

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2 years ago
Absolutely. Were trying for #3 and I don't want Centrelink. They are a pain in the ass.

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2 years ago
^Best of luck with everything babe 💕

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2 years ago
Bet you will applu

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2 years ago
^ I've missed you princess. Good to see you doing the rounds again. Nothing on tv??

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2 years ago
This is my post. And applu, I'm not too sure what that means? Not all of us need Centrelink. I am fortunate enough to earn good money and so does my husband. we use savings like our 2 previous children.

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2 years ago
^idiot troll misspelled such a simple word again. Good on you and hubby for your accomplishments ♥️

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2 years ago
Family tax benefit is such a tiny amount, no one actually plans kids around that, puhleeeessse!

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2 years ago
If you can't support your family without centrelink/ social security, then you shouldn't have children. It's basic really.

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2 years ago
Unfortunately sometimes our best laid plans fall apart. Things happen that we can never predict but apart from that, I agree. You would want to hope No one actually plans a pregnancy relying on centrelink payments.

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2 years ago
Even if you can afford it, if you're entitled to it, why not claim it to benefit your children anyway?

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2 years ago
Just had baby number 3 and we don’t qualify for any FTB or Centrelink.

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2 years ago
I have a full time job, so yep I would.
But it would make paying for daycare more challenging without the subsidy

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2 years ago
👍

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2 years ago
I've had so many problems, misinformation & fuck ups by their staff I'd avoid a 3rd baby so I didn't have to deal with them.

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2 years ago
^that's a fine choice xx

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2 years ago
Your question is very specific. Why more than 2 kids? Why not any kids at all?

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2 years ago
Absolutely. I don't really see what the meagre amount of tax support has to do with raising and loving children. It is in no way an incentive to receive tax support (for my future tax payers).