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11-10-2013 17:41 #11
13-10-2013 08:51 #12
Your percentage of CCR will depend on your families income. check on centrelink website for exact details. This means if you earn more, you pay more for the same number of hours of childcare. This is more of an issue if you have more than one child. By the way I work full time and I am very highly involved in raising my children so you might want to be careful how you throw around phrases like that, Im sure you didnt mean to be offensive but some may take it that way. Good Luck with your budgetting
Last edited by soccer mum; 13-10-2013 at 08:56.
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