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    Default Childcare rebate if studying full time - new budget changes

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    I'm not sure but I wouldn't think so. If you are studing full-time your not exactly a full-time sahm are you? But from memory these changes applied to households with a taxable income above 100k or there abouts. I remember thinking that I would've been affected if I was still with XH.

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    We won't know yet if it even passes, if it does then it comes in July 2017, and then there's still another election soon....
    If you want to study I suggest starting that ball rolling and jumping that hurdle when it comes

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    I'm not sure but I know you get 'free' childcare with tafe but not uni here in SA. My child nurse told me! Was so ****ed as I chose a different course

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    The budget hasn't passed, so I wouldn't worry about it at this stage. It's hard to say what could happen because it could be passed as is, modified or outright rejected at this point, and as another PP said there is an election coming up next year too which can change everything yet again.

    Just do what you are going to do anyway and see what happens. Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by springrose View Post
    Where did you get that info? Mind passing me the link?
    It wasn't a link springrose but I goto a PND clinic and she said I was entitled to it. Maybe health care card is part of it? Under skills for all? I don't know

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    If it's what I'm thinking of with the free childcare, I don't think it's free but it's heaps cheap. Try JET program I think it's called through centrelink. My sister was eligible for the while studying.


 

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