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    I have a cousin who works for treasury and they were saying that the ccr will be capped at 180k per family. So once you earn more it's scaled back. But low income earners should get more money back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    I'm not sure what the current value of CCB is, but I read an article today saying people with an income of less than $60k will get an 85% rebate instead of CCB and CCR. I guess depending on their income, I don't imagine it would be a huge difference, if any.
    Yes. This sounds right.


 

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