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08-12-2011 17:22 #21
08-12-2011 17:24 #22
I work in the industry so have accurate knowledge of Child Care Benefit and Child Care Rebate, I really shake my head at centrelink staff though sometimes, quite a number of them have no idea.
If you work/study/train/volunteer for less than 15 hrs you are eligible for ccb for up to 25 hrs a week
If you work/study/train/volunteer for more than 15 hrs you are eligible for ccb for up to 50 hrs a week
CCB is worked out on a sliding scale depending on income
If you work/study/train/volunteer for any amount of time during the week you are eligible for CCR.
08-12-2011 17:25 #23
08-12-2011 17:28 #24
RE what you're entitled to, call clink, we can argue all day but they'll be able to tell you for sure.
I would do it if you need the break. I'm putting DD into care one day a week next year for this reason. I just need a bit of a time out, and with a new bub due next year I would like to have some time just for the new bub and I too.
08-12-2011 17:38 #25
hat is exactly right although i have just realised they have changed the ccr from being a minimum of 15 hrs of work/study/volunteer to any amount of hours when did this come into play i have just came back into the child care sector from mat leave someone said it came in with the new CCR rules which made payments to the centre available
08-12-2011 17:39 #26
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08-12-2011 17:45 #28
How come people I know who don't work or study have their kids in daycare for 2 or 3 days a week and pay $10 a day? Genuine question I'm wondering how it works.
08-12-2011 17:50 #29
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08-12-2011 17:50 #30
If you earn to much to qualify for CCB you may still qualify for CCR which you can choose to either be paid directly to you or to the service provider.
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