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    Lol, these posts always are amusing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    Mrstiggywinkle, from memory you are entitled to about 15 hours of ccb without satisfying an activity test, but it's means tested.

    So unless your family income is low, it won't be much money.
    This is true. I looked into putting DS1 in for one day a week when DS2 was a newborn, because I was so exhausted and doing everything alone. I was told that I was entitled to 15 hours, and I was able to receive the whole amount (I was on the single parenting payment). I didn't end up putting him in, but it was comforting to know the option was there.

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    Witwicky- being on the PPS is completely different assessment to partnered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izy View Post
    Witwicky- being on the PPS is completely different assessment to partnered.
    Oh ok. In that case, as you were

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izy View Post
    Witwicky- being on the PPS is completely different assessment to partnered.
    I'm partnered and a SAHM, we get 15 hours of income assessed hours. It's $30 a day on DHs low income.

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    I would not cope without childcare. I have no family support, even though we are now an hour away instead of nine..

    We run a business so ive been in and out of work for six years but it doesn't affect childcare as we are 50/50.

    I love my child free days and believe all us mums deserve them!

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