Centrelink, Medicare and Child Support services are gearing up for public holiday arrangements and industrial action during April.
It’s a long and winding road to Bonang, in rural Victoria but well worth the trip when the opportunity arises to reach out to the local community and give information about the Department of Human Services’ payments and services.
There will be some changes to payments and services over the Christmas and New Year holiday period for Centrelink, Medicare and Child Support customers.
Semester two census dates for most universities have now arrived, and students finalising their study load can quickly and easily use myGov to update their details with the Department of Human Services.
In the lead up to the peak period for families in July, the Department of Human Services Social Media Team has used feedback from customers to create a new and exciting content series.
Students claiming Youth Allowance or ABSTUDY need to make sure they provide all supporting documents with their claim to avoid a delay in payment.
Department of Human Services customers will notice some changes to payments and services over the Christmas and New Year holiday period. Continue reading Holiday arrangements for Centrelink, Medicare and Child Support
If your child is starting high school or an Australian apprenticeship next year, you can claim ABSTUDY now to help with the costs of study or training if they are an eligible Indigenous Australian. Continue reading Claim ABSTUDY now for 2016
Over a quarter of a million families will soon receive their Quarterly Child Care Rebate payments. Continue reading Child Care Rebate payments on the horizon for families
Family Tax Benefit customers lagging behind in lodging their 2013/14 tax returns are being urged to do so now or risk incurring a debt. Continue reading Tax lodgement lag may result in debt for families