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    Default Kindergarten and CCB

    Hi, silly question maybe but... Do you have to be studying in order to receive the CCB rebate if your child is in Kinder?
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    Ccb is income dependent. Not work or study hrs dependent.

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.

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    Are you talking about a long daycare centre or a dedignated kindy? There are no rebates for c&k government funded kindy's unless you're on a healthcare card...

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    Are you talking about a long daycare centre or a dedignated kindy? There are no rebates for c&k government funded kindy's unless you're on a healthcare card...
    Our local dedicated kindy gives rebates for both prekinder and kinder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Our local dedicated kindy gives rebates for both prekinder and kinder.
    Yep. Mine too.

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    Oh really, well the fees are already incredibly low at my sons government funded kindergarten (c&k centre) and the only way to get cheaper is with a health care card.

    This is a kindergarten only though, no pre-kinder. Just what is classed as pre-prep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    Oh really, well the fees are already incredibly low at my sons government funded kindergarten (c&k centre) and the only way to get cheaper is with a health care card.

    This is a kindergarten only though, no pre-kinder. Just what is classed as pre-prep.
    My kindergarten receives government funding and the parents can still claim ccb. It's not a c&k either.


 

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