Employment income reporting
How much you or your partner get paid affects your payment. We need to know what you both get paid so we can pay you the right amount.
We’re contacting people who earn the same amount each pay to check their current employment income. They’ll also need to start reporting every 2 weeks. Find out if this impacts you.
We have information in different languages about Employment income reporting
Making it easier to report employment income
Changing the Social Security Income Assessment Model
Call our Multilingual Phone Service to speak with us in your language about your Centrelink payments and services.
Your Centrelink online account may already have your employer’s details filled in. Employment income affects your payment from us. To make sure we’re paying you the right amount, we need you to report your and your partner’s employment income.
When you get a payment from us, you need to know:
- what to report
- when to report
- how to report.
You can get reminders to report to make sure you report your employment income.
You must report your employment income to us to avoid getting a debt.
We need to know the gross income you and your partner get so we can pay you the right amount.
If you’re getting an income support payment, we’ll tell you when you need to report any other income you get.
Page last updated: 6 January 2021
This information was printed 10 June 2021 from https://www.servicesaustralia.gov.au/individuals/services/centrelink/parenting-payment/what-your-commitments-are/employment-income-reporting. It may not include all of the relevant information on this topic. Please consider any relevant site notices at https://www.servicesaustralia.gov.au/individuals/site-notices when using this material.