It's about my super why 8 am not inti8tled to it moved to Oz when I was 48 moved back when I was 63 and because of that

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Customer: It's about my super why 8 am not inti8tled to it moved to Oz when I was 48 moved back when I was 63 and because of that I am not intitled to my super I I was born in whakatane raised in ruatoki
JA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.
Customer: I am in ruatoki even home since 2019
JA: What steps have you taken so far?
Customer: I have spoken to ***** at winz whakatane he advised me to talk to you
JA: Is there anything else the Lawyer should know before I connect you? Rest assured that they'll be able to help you.
Customer: I work part time so they took 100 from mine and my husband benefit I just don't get it if I am not getting my super I am not intiled to work and earn abit of extra cash with out money been taken out of our accounts.i turned 65 January 22 of last month
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Hi My name is ***** ***** I am a New Zealand lawyer based in Wellington with more than 42 years of experience. I am here to help with your questions.
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You must have lived in New Zealand, the Cook Islands, Niue or Tokelau (or a combination of these) for at least 5 years since you turned 50. That is the requirement in the legislation, so you will not be able to apply until you have been here 5 years, which will be 2024

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Wow that just socks winz have taken another 100 out of our pay for next week what the he'll quike to take money but not quike to give it how come if you get a super it dies not interfere with your partners benefit
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I can't afford the 89 you are asking for phone call
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Dont worry about the phone call

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Getting superannuation at a married rate is different from the single rate. But you are entitled to work, and if you are on a benefit you have a maximum you can earn before the benefit is reduced

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I hope this has been useful, and feel free to answer new questions

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