Jobseeker Support - single with no children - deduction tables

Use this table to estimate how much will be deducted from your Jobseeker Support payment if you're single with no dependent children.

Your deductions

You can earn up to $90 a week before tax before it affects your payments.

Once you earn over $90 a week before tax, your payment reduces by 70 cents for every extra $1 of income you earn.

Any other payments you get, eg, Accommodation Supplement, may also be affected.

If you earn over a certain amount, you won't qualify for Jobseeker Support. We call this the 'Gross weekly income cut-out point'.

Estimate your deduction

Information

This table is just an estimate. The deduction could change depending on your individual circumstances.

Gross Income (before tax) Amount deducted from benefit payment (after tax)
$ 100 $ 7
$ 110 $ 14
$ 120 $ 21
$ 130 $ 28
$ 140 $ 35
$ 150 $ 42
$ 160 $ 49
$ 170 $ 56
$ 180 $ 63
$ 190 $ 70
$ 200 $ 77
$ 210 $ 84
$ 220 $ 91
$ 230 $ 98
$ 240 $ 105
$ 250 $ 112
$ 260 $ 119
$ 270 $ 126
$ 280 $ 133
$ 290 $ 140
$ 300 $ 147
$ 310 $ 154
$ 320 $ 161
$ 330 $ 168
$ 340 $ 175
$ 350 $ 182
$ 360 $ 189
$ 370 $ 196
$ 380 $ 203
$ 390 $ 210
$ 400 $ 217
$ 410 $ 224