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Budget 2024 | The Government has confirmed changes and provided more information on FamilyBoost. Find out more: FamilyBoost

Budget 2024 | The Government has confirmed changes to personal income tax, the independent earner tax credit, in-work tax credit, and the minimum family tax credit. Find out more: Personal income tax threshold changes

From 1 July 2024 your invoices will need to include the following information to help caregivers claim FamilyBoost.

Your invoices need to show the following detail about your ECE.

  • Name
  • Service address
  • Licence number
  • IRD or GST number

Your invoices will also need to show the:

  • full name of the bill payer
  • full name(s) of the child or children the invoice is for
  • date the invoice is issued (the issue date needs to be within the quarter the invoice applies to, for example, 30 September 2024 or earlier)
  • period covered by the fees
  • final amount invoiced after any other subsidies or donations have been removed.

Optional charges and service fees should be included in the final amount invoiced. FamilyBoost is based on fees charged rather than fees paid.

Quarterly statements

If you give caregivers quarterly statements, they'll need to include the same details and you’ll need to indicate the statement is for the full quarter.

For example, include a reference like 'Quarterly statement' and a date reference like 1 July 2024 to 30 September 2024.

You can still invoice in the same intervals you already do (weekly, fortnightly, monthly).

Last updated: 07 Jun 2024
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