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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Yeh, so if you overestimated your income, and it means you actually qualified for ccb, then you would've been paid too much rebate because you wouldn't have paid as much in fees with ccb discount. Does that make sense?

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    For example...
    Let's say your daycare fees are $70 day. You are eligible for $35 rebate with no ccb.

    But, if you qualified for ccb and your daycare fees went down to $60 day because of the ccb discount, that means you are only meant to receive $30 rebate, not $35. So that means you've been overpaid.
    Got it! Thanks BRV!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Yeh, so if you overestimated your income, and it means you actually qualified for ccb, then you would've been paid too much rebate because you wouldn't have paid as much in fees with ccb discount. Does that make sense?

    ETA -

    For example...
    Let's say your daycare fees are $70 day. You are eligible for $35 rebate with no ccb.

    But, if you qualified for ccb and your daycare fees went down to $60 day because of the ccb discount, that means you are only meant to receive $30 rebate, not $35. So that means you've been overpaid.
    Ahh this makes sense.

    Also worries me I might have overpaid when I do my tax.


 

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