the example I looked at said 50% for $170k - but its early days and the actual scale hasnt been published as far as I know.
Remembering that the CCR was 50% but those who got CCB as well already received substantial coverage of the costs (though capped). Depending on exactly what they set the benchmark as will depend on whether it ends up being more or less for many of those families
Last edited by delirium; 11-05-2015 at 14:28.
Also what you have to keep in mind is that most OECD countries includes key taxes in their rates that Australia exclude.
Namely super and health insurance. When you adjust for this and compare to other OECD countries, Australia is in the highest taxed country.
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