Video: What is The Difference Between the Child Care Benefit and the Child Care Rebate?

"There are two childcare subsidies provided by the government. One's the Child Care Rebate, and one's the Child Care Benefit. Child Care Benefit is means-tested, but it's not capped, so the amount that each family receive depends on how much income they earn. The Child Care Rebate is capped. It's capped at $7,613 per child, per annum, and the rebates designed to cover 50% of your out-of-pocket costs per annum."