Business Council of Australia submission to Productivity Commission inquiry into child care

The BCA report highlights that in addition to the cost of the child care itself there are disincentives to taking more hours of work for many Australians in the forms of withdrawal of family tax benefits and higher personal tax rates. Effectively the combination of the welfare and tax systems acts to discourage workforce participation by women in particular.

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