The state’s three dumped lower house MPs will be entitled to a combined payout worth $150,000.
The Liberal trio dubbed the three amigos – Andrew Nikolic, Brett Whiteley and Eric Hutchinson – were all voted out on Saturday night.
The rejection by Tasmanians will see the one-term wonders hand back their Commonwealth cars, fuel cards, Cabcharge and phones.
Instructions from Parliament ask that staff shred or remove all documents from their offices as early as possible so the new MPs can move in.
Hard drives and computers must be wiped and ready to hand back.
But they are asked to leave behind all Australian flags and printer paper.
According to Ministerial and Parliamentary Services, for their involuntary retirement from politics the three MPs – who are all under 60 – can apply for a 12 week payout, based on their salaries of $199,040.
That equates to about $50,000 per member.
Parliamentary Services also recommends that they destroy or take with them all letterhead and personalised stationary so it can’t be used fraudulently.
Each backbencher is allowed four full-time staff members, and staff don’t get their formal marching orders until the declaration of the polls.
They will be eligible for a similarly calculated payout due to the loss of their jobs.
None of the dumped MPs are eligible for a travel Life Gold Pass or post retirement travel due to only serving a three year term.
Mr Whiteley deleted his Facebook account on the night of the election, and Mr Nikolic’s office signs were removed by Monday.
Newly elected MHRs Ross Hart, Justine Keay and Brian Mitchell will soon enjoy the almost $200,000 base salary, plus a car and other benefits.
Mr Hart has confirmed he will take over Mr Nikolic’s office on St John’s Street in Launceston.
The Labor trio all visited Canberra on Friday for their first party caucus meeting.
Mr Hutchinson is yet to concede, despite the 3.6 per cent swing against him.