7th Mar 2014

Asset test tables

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Debbie McTaggart

View the tables below to find out the Asset Test Limits for allowances and pensions for homeowners and non-homeowners.

Centrelink asset test limits for Allowances and full Age Pensions - effective until 30 June 2014

Situation

Homeowners

Non-homeowners

Single

$196,750

$339,250

Couple (combined)

$279,000

$421,500

Illness separated (couple combined)

$279,000

$421,500

One partner eligible (combined assets)

$279,000

$421,500

 

Centrelink asset test limits for part Age Pensions - efcective until 19 September 2014

Situation

Homeowners

Non-homeowners

Single

$758,750

$901,250

Couple (combined)

$1,126,500

$1,269,000

Illness separated (couple combined)

$1,403,000

$1,545,500

One partner eligible (combined assets)

$1,126,500

$1,269,000

 

Centrelink asset test limits for Transitional homeowner - Resident

Situation

Homeowners

Non-homeowners

Single

$672,750

$815,250

Couple (combined)

$1,046,500

$1,189,000

Illness separated (couple combined)

$1,231,000

$1,373,500

One partner eligible (combined assets)

$1,046,500

$1,189,000

 

 

Note: These tables are for guidance only and should be read in conjunction with Centrelink rules





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