There are two parts to FTB:
- Part A
- Part B
We pay FTB Part A per child. Read more about FTB Part A eligibility.
We pay FTB Part B for a variety of family circumstances. Read more about FTB Part B eligibility.
We use your adjusted taxable income to decide if you can get FTB. Read more about adjusted taxable income or how we use adjusted taxable income.
You must meet certain residence rules to get FTB Part A and Part B.
If you can’t get FTB, you may be able to get other payments.
We pay Family Tax Benefit (FTB) Part A per child. The amount we pay you depends on your family’s circumstances.
We may pay you FTB Part B if you’re a single parent or non-parent carer, a grandparent carer, or if you’re a member of a couple with one main income.
Your child must meet immunisation requirements if you get Family Tax Benefit (FTB) Part A or child care fee assistance.
We use your adjusted taxable income to work out your eligibility for some payments or services.
What you claim determines how we work out your adjusted taxable income.