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    The CCR is capped at $7500 per child per year so it may not last the full year for your child in childcare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSecret Squirrel View Post
    The CCR is capped at $7500 per child per year so it may not last the full year for your child in childcare.
    If only in a couple of days a week, she shouldn't hit the $7500 per child

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    My sister said $90 back on $180ish a week can't b right, she said should be about 30% CCR. So flipping confusing. I think I'll call Centrelink on Monday to confirm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    My sister said $90 back on $180ish a week can't b right, she said should be about 30% CCR. So flipping confusing. I think I'll call Centrelink on Monday to confirm.
    For 2 days a week you will not reach the cap so you will definitely get 50% back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    My sister said $90 back on $180ish a week can't b right, she said should be about 30% CCR. So flipping confusing. I think I'll call Centrelink on Monday to confirm.
    Rebate is definitely 50% (after the CCB)

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    CCR - is for working or studying singles/families. It's a 50% rebate.

    CCB - is essentially for SAHM's. The only criteria is means test and it is 30% rebate but you only get 2 days a week subsided, after that it's full fee.

    I don't think you can both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    CCR - is for working or studying singles/families. It's a 50% rebate.

    CCB - is essentially for SAHM's. The only criteria is means test and it is 30% rebate but you only get 2 days a week subsided, after that it's full fee.

    I don't think you can both.
    According to Centrelink we get both?

    Eta CCB is means tested
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    We also get both CCB and CCR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    CCR - is for working or studying singles/families. It's a 50% rebate.

    CCB - is essentially for SAHM's. The only criteria is means test and it is 30% rebate but you only get 2 days a week subsided, after that it's full fee.

    I don't think you can both.
    OP is going back to work and is eligible for both

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia&Hannah View Post
    OP is going back to work and is eligible for both
    I'm certainly hoping to go back to work 😊

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