We don't qualify for CCB as it is means tested.
We do for CCR. I study part-time and I qualify for CCR. You need to either study of work for at least 15 hours a week.
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19-07-2014 11:24 #11
19-07-2014 12:17 #12
There are no minimum hrs required for ccr so you should be able to get that with your current hours.
copied this from the Human services web site
Work, training, or study requirements for Child Care Rebate
You meet the 'work, training, study test' for Child Care Rebate if you and your partner participated in work-related commitments at some time during the week in which you used child care or are exempt from that requirement. No minimum number of hours is required.
You can update your work, training, or study details online by Self service.
Defining a work-related commitment
A work related commitment is defined as one or more of these activities:
- paid work or self-employment
- setting up a business
- training or studying
- looking for work
- voluntary work to improve your work skills
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19-07-2014 15:08 #13Senior Member
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thanks for all replies i'm still a little confused guess i'll see if anything comes in when i do my tax and then take it from there
19-07-2014 17:48 #14
Wise old Owl is 100% correct, I work in children's services and to be eligible for CCB for more than 24hrs care a week you have to work more than 15 hrs, however to be eligible for for the CCR you only need to have worked for some time during that week, so your 4-5 hrs is eligible. You do need to choose to have it paid directly to the centre though, otherwise you will get it back as a lump sum, I would make yourself a cuppa first thing monday morning and give centrelink a call to check.
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