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I will be retiring next year and hope to get a part pension. If i get a flatmate who contributes to the bodycorp and power, will this be classed as income and affect any pension which I may receive?

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    Just want to follow up my Claim about Carers Payment, I leave my application form with one of your staff at Fountain gate Centrelink Office last February 27, 2014.

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    have a mother in aged care at the moment we are waiting for her house to sell so we can put up the bond they ask for, after this place sells we will have a short fall of about $500 per month ... dad had a super and mum also gets a small veteran affairs pension even after these pensions we are still short by $500 .. I feel mum needs a health care card also as she didnt get the gold card as they said dad did not die due to war injuries. His provide well all his life and paid his taxes now we need some help for mum can you tell me what the criteria is for someone in this position.

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If the flatmate is contributing to the upkeep and expenses that is not an income that benefits you thru surplus. In my opinion it is not an income and therefore should not affect your pension.

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