Paying more than $115.50 a day for childcare? Coalition reforms leave you dudded

In the Media Latest News | Aug 31, 2016

“It’s very frustrating having policymakers that don’t give a sh*t about the issue of childcare,” says Betina Naiman, who works full time as a business solutions consultant.

The federal government’s $7500 annual cap on the childcare rebate means Betina and husband Clarence Naiman, a small business owner with variable income, must cover the full cost of two-year-old daughter Libby’s four-day-a-week care for four months of every year.

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