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RAAF pension

I am seeking advice for a dear friend whose husband was a RAAF firie. He has recently died and DVA has suggested that she may apply for a part-pension from his RAAF super/pension. She is concerned that this will affect her age pension entitlement, which includes the health card and which she needs to attend to her own health issues. After spending well over an hour on the phone waiting for Centrelink to put her call through she gave up. I am wondering if anyone has a short answer to the benefit or otherwise of her pursuing the DVA/part super avenue with the possibility of compromising her age pension. Be grateful for any advice. Jen


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