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End of Assessment due to 18 and effect on taxable income

Our assessment has ended in November 2008 due to the child turning 18.  I am wondering how this effects the taxable income amount that will be lodged in 2009.  If I earn x amount from overtime from November onwards, when I put a tax return in and if my income has increased (due to overtime) from previous tax year will csa take the whole years income into account and apply it to the first 5 months when I was still a client, or will they only get a figure for the first 5 months?  Have my cs days really finished or will they still hound me?

When 'Life' is hard and things are tough,

and you feel like you've had enough.

Remember always this one thing true,

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We had the same problem as we wanted to do the overtime to pay off the debt. CSA stated that if we were on an income assessment not an estimate assessment that it ends and the case closes on the last day of the school year. When we phoned the other day they told us the case was closed so fingers crossed this is correct.
So what happens if we are on an income assessment (because we lodge tax returns) and she is on an estimate assessment (because she refuses to declare full income by lodging tax returns)?

When 'Life' is hard and things are tough,

and you feel like you've had enough.

Remember always this one thing true,

Someone else depends on YOU.
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