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  • Leave without pay

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    This information may not apply to the current year. Check the content carefully to ensure it is applicable to your circumstances.

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    For the purposes of this table, any periods where your payee has taken leave without pay does not affect the calculations outlined in each of the methods. For example, for Method A and Method B (ii), you are still required at step 3 to apportion all additional payments made by the total number of pay periods in a financial year (that is, 52 weekly pay periods, 26 fortnightly pay periods or 12 monthly pay periods).

    Last modified: 29 Oct 2013QC 34732