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    Obviously those on lower salaries get CCB but overall it's expensive for everyone!

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    wow that's so pricey

    Makes me realize how very lucky I am...

    We pay 12k after CCR for a full time spot in inner Melbourne. no CCB.

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    What's CCB?

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    ChildCare Benefit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lili81 View Post
    wow that's so pricey <img src="images/smilies/frown.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Frown" smilieid="11" class="inlineimg"

    Makes me realize how very lucky I am...

    We pay 12k after CCR for a full time spot in inner Melbourne. no CCB.
    That's $75 a day? Would LOVE that! Even our local community one which we have no hope in hell of getting into is $95. Mine is $125.

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    Ours will be just short of 15K full time, suburban Brisbane after rebate

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    @kw123 $82 a day over 48 weeks.
    thats the only issue, the center closes for 4 weeks over Christmas and we have no family that can help.

    I guess well organize something out with the other working parents

    ETA that's the full time fee though - children on part time basis pay a higher fee. $98 I think
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    Ours is $72 a day and family day care is slightly cheaper. I've already rang to put our due in September bub on the waiting list for April next year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maternidade View Post
    Ours will be just short of 15K full time, suburban Brisbane after rebate
    This is us too after all rebates.

    After rent, childcare is our biggest expense...and that is for one child.

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    hopes are up

    "“The Greens have previously said that they will support the scheme at $100,000,” said Prue Gilbert, Diversity strategy and compliance consultant, who believes the change will mean that the scheme will almost certainly gain the Senate’s tick of approval."

    http://www.smartcompany.com.au/growt...pany-q-a.html#


 
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