My ds goes to daycare one day a week. I go to uni, but he still goes during all the holidays when I have nothing on. He, as an only child has gained heaps from going. I used to work in childcare too, so I can see it from a 'child care workers prospective'.
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taken from centrelink website
If you are using approved care, you will get up to 24 hours of Child Care Benefit per child per week without having to meet the work, training, study test.
If you wish to claim between 24 and 50 hours of Child Care Benefit per child per week, you have to show that you and your partner have work related commitments for:
at least 15 hours a week; or
30 hours a fortnight; or
have an exemption.
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Mine are in 1 day a week I do not work look for work or study DH works casual we get 100% CCR for 1 and 110% CCR for the other. I didnt ask they just did it when I rang to register them (centrelink)
08-12-2011 18:21 #20
How do I meet the test for the Child Care Rebate?
You and your partner only have to participate in work related commitments at some time during a week or have an exemption. No minimum number of hours is required.
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