Jobs for Families Package — upper income threshold

This measure allows for the removal of the Child Care Subsidy entitlement for families with adjusted taxable incomes of $350,000 or more.

Information update: This Budget measure is not subject to the passage of legislation.

Description of Measure

This measure allows for the removal of the Child Care Subsidy entitlement for families with adjusted taxable incomes of $350,000 or more.

The Child Care Subsidy replaces the Child Care Benefit and Child Care Rebate with a single, means-tested payment to better support families with access to child care from July 2018.

Questions and answers

Whom does this measure affect?

This measure affects people who would otherwise be eligible for the new Child Care Subsidy but have adjusted taxable incomes of $350,000 or more.

What date will this measure start and finish?

The measure will start on 2 July 2018 and is ongoing.

Page last updated: 15 May 2017

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