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Benefit amounts are reduced for higher-income families in 13 countries (column 6). In Italy, benefits first increase with earnings (and therefore improve work incentives for lowincome groups) before being reduced once income exceeds an upper limit. g) Childcare benefits The provision of childcare is an essential component of policies aiming to address the balance between work and family life. The implications of childcare arrangements are numerous and include fertility decisions, labour market behaviour and, not least, child development (see OECD, 2002b, 2003a, 2004).
Yes. – – 13 Korea National rates. 16 10 Luxembourg National rates. Netherlands National rates. Age > 25. 36 18 3 Supplementary adult. 10 30% of payment rate. 100% Family. – Age > 22. 30 13 – Supplement for lone parent. 9 None. 100% Family and housing. – New Zealand3 – – – Norway Social worker discretion, national guidelines adjusted regionally. 30 7 – – – – – 16 4 – None. 100% None. – Poland National rates, social worker discretion for periodic assistance. Permanent benefit. 21 – – Periodic assistance; temporary benefit depending on family situation.
Social worker discretion for supplements. 16 11 7-12 Medical costs, transport, child care, etc. Housing costs. – None. 100% None. Rare. Switzerland (Zurich) National guidelines, social worker discretion for supplements. 22 12 6 3 – 100% – 12 Supplement from 3rd person aged > 16. Housing and basic medical costs, child care, etc. 8 10 Family premium. 4 GBP 260/520/1 040 for a single person/couple/ lone parent. 100% Housing. 4 4 – Occasional income up to USD 120. 100% Earned Income Tax Credit. United Kingdom United States7 National rates, personal amount plus family premium.
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