- The statement of entitlement displays actuals (promised amounts from the government) and not final payments made by the government. These amounts are sent to us BEFORE final payments are made.
- The statement of entitlement 'type' can be ignored as it is data from the government that may be incorrect but this will not effect a child's subsidy payments.
- We are required to show the statement of entitlement by law but it is not reliable information for what a parent will actually be paid in the future or for the past.
- Instead, we suggest you keep an eye on the weekly CCS payments made in the transactions ledger and the CCS payments report under Government Rebates > CCS reports > CCS payments report.
- Find a breakdown of the elements of a Statement of Entitlement here: Understanding your Statement of Entitlement
If the statement of entitlement shows incorrect information this will not effect subsidy payments from the government. We thank our customers for patience with this part of the statement.