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New Limits For Community Services Card Holders

Clarification On The New Limits For Community Services Card Holders

Due to a computer formatting incompatability the figures on the new limits for community service card holders may have appeared incorrectly on some computer systems. The correct information on the new limits for community services card holders is as follows.

Single sharing accommodation: the current threshold is $18,586, proposed new threshold is $18,924 Single - living alone: current threshold is $19,689, proposed new threshold is $20, 047 Couple - no dependents: current threshold is $29, 398, proposed new threshold is $29,933 2 person family - 1 adult, 1 child: current threshold is $29,398, proposed new threshold is $29,933 3 person family: current threshold is $34,243, proposed new threshold is $34,866 4 person family: current threshold is $39,089, proposed new threshold is $39,800 5 person family current threshold is $43,935, proposed new threshold is $44,735 6 person family: current threshold is $48,782, proposed new threshold is $49,670 For larger families: current threshold is $48,782 plus $4,840 per each additional child thereafter, the proposed new threshold is $49,670 plus $4,840 per each additional child thereafter.

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