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    cool must look in to this.

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    Default Re: Did you know you can claim up to $150 per child, to do a recreational sport??

    Will definitely look into this for ds1. He's been saying he wants to try something but the cost is heaps.

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    Thanks heaps for this babe I just sign up for it as my Daughter loves her netball it was her first yr last yr and she had so much fun this will help lots as I am the only one work here atm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    looks like it's only in QLD.
    Oh bummer

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    Default Did you know you can claim up to $150 per child, to do a recreational sport??

    Check into your private health insurance if you have it as sometimes you can claim activities there too.

    I run a dance studio and I just had to set up my ABN with some PHI's so my students were covered. I think it was about $150 per semester. I just sign their form and they get the rebate.

    (It's of no benefit to me other than helps some parents out with fees as it must be paid up front)

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    Default Did you know you can claim up to $150 per child, to do a recreational sport??

    Quote Originally Posted by Disbride View Post
    Me too, but not just kids. It annoys me how they talk about taxing junk food, because that won't make people eat it less, it will just make people poorer. It makes also much more sense to give you a bonus for doing something good, as opposed to a penalty for doing something bad.

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    If, when junk food is taxed more, people don't eat any less of it .... I have no sympathy for them if they cry poor (or fat).
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    Default Did you know you can claim up to $150 per child, to do a recreational sport??

    Quote Originally Posted by Lozie View Post
    thats annoying!

    I like how its in a voucher form and the club has to claim it! Much better than a cash payment IMO i know way too many who would claim but not put it towards the kids! It really is a brilliant idea!
    Totally agree....it is a great idea for the kids..

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerchick View Post
    Thanks heaps for this babe I just sign up for it as my Daughter loves her netball it was her first yr last yr and she had so much fun this will help lots as I am the only one work here atm.
    My nieces play netball thats why SIL found out her club put her onto it

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    Default Did you know you can claim up to $150 per child, to do a recreational sport??

    There's a program called Kidsport in WA that operates the same way. Don't know if I'm allowed to link, but it comes up on Google.

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    Default Did you know you can claim up to $150 per child, to do a recreational sport??

    Quote Originally Posted by Lynken View Post
    There's a program called Kidsport in WA that operates the same way. Don't know if I'm allowed to link, but it comes up on Google.
    Thanks for that, just checked it out defiantly going to look into it more

    Money is the only reason I'm putting off getting my 2 into a sport but with a little help I should be able to manage


 

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