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A spreadsheet showing side by side % of overpayments collected from receiving parents. This includes from both genders from 2015 - current

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Dear Services Australia,

I would like a spreadsheet dating from 2015 - now which shows the % of overpayments collected from receiving parents as a result of the paying parent overpaying whether by fault or CSA’s clumsy calculations.

I would also like a comparison of the %’s of both genders males and females.

I would also like any documents/notes/memos/guidelines/policies or otherwise which sets out the guides for collecting overpayments.

Yours faithfully,

Bruno Petrovski

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Dear Mr Petrovski

 

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Services Australia dated 24 February 2022. 

 

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