Yesterday, the emergency Budget was revealed. Here’s what us parents and parent-to-be can expect.
Yesterday, chancellor George Osborne’s emergency Budget was announced. But what does it all mean for you, your family or your bump? Here are the key points…
The government waste so much money on so many other things when I worked for a local council they must have restructured at least twice and sicne I have left twice more, this in itself costs a fortune and what for! a total waste.
CHildcare in my area costs between £50 - 65 per day! So for me working I am left with not too much, my sister is now having Harry once in the week and he will go to the childminders the other two days, from January the childminder can claim back money for me for me free childcare (nursery place) from the age of 3 so I will be better off, however if I had a 2nd before harry was three I couldnt have afforded to work - which is mad (although wouldnt have minded that my OH couldnt question me working or not then!!)
When I worked at the COuncil I saw a lot of people try to go back to work and come of benefits but actually they got into debt before they started - and ended back on benefit they couldnt afford to work - something wrong there I think!
grr I know there is no easy answer & I am sure I coudlnt make any better decisions, I know the country needs to get out of debt but I am sure there are other options.
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