Cheaper Child Care From 10th July 2023

Are you a parent in need of quality child care? Then you need to act fast to secure your child’s spot at Cherubs Early Learning Centre before the upcoming Child Care Subsidy increase takes effect on July 10th, 2023.

The demand for child care services is likely to skyrocket once the subsidy increase takes effect. With more parents now able to afford child care, the available spots at Cherubs are sure to fill up quickly.

To ensure that your child has a spot at Cherubs, it is imperative that you take action now. Don’t wait until it’s too late and risk missing out on the high-quality care that your child deserves.

By securing your child’s spot today, you can rest easy knowing that they will have access to the best possible care, giving them a head start in life. Act now and give your child the gift of a bright future at our centre.

Contact Cherubs Owner/ Director Lisa Today on (07) 5524 8778, via our Messenger chat feature or [email protected]

Further details below from Services Australia –

From 10 July 2023, if your family earns under $530,000, you’ll get increased Child Care Subsidy (CCS).

The CCS percentage you’re entitled to depends on your family’s income.

The income limit to get the maximum CCS is increasing. Families earning up to $80,000 will get an increased maximum CCS amount, from 85% to 90%.

If you earn over $80,000 you may get a subsidy starting from 90%. This will go down by 1% for each $5,000 of income your family earns. You’ll either get more subsidy or have no change to your entitlement.

If you have more than one child aged 5 or under, you can still get a higher rate for one or more of your children.

The low income limit for Additional Child Care Subsidy Transition to Work will also increase to $80,000.

If you already get CCS, you don’t need to do anything to get the increased rate. We’ll apply changes to your CCS automatically.

Do you use child care?
We offer assistance to help with the cost of approved child care.
Child Care Subsidy is paid directly to providers to reduce the fees you pay.
The amount you can get depends on your family’s income, the type of child care you use, the age of your child and the hours of recognised activities you and your partner do.
Additional Child Care Subsidy is extra support for some families. This includes grandparents and great grandparents, families moving from an income support payment to work and those experiencing temporary financial hardship.
You can claim these subsidies through your Centrelink online account via myGov.
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