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Navigating centrelink, nutting out your maternity leave rights and child care subsidies can be a logistical nightmare. In the current climate with rising costs and an increasing number of childcare deserts across the country, financial planning for parenthood is overwhelming. In this episode Georgie Dent, writer, journalist and executive director of The Parenthood, takes us step-by-step through all the financial support systems available to parents, including the upcoming changes to paid parental leave. Georgie is a tireless campaigner for parental support and rights, hence she’s the very best person to speak on this topic.
Bank Australia is a customer-owned bank and they believe in supporting communities around the country. They commit up to 4% of their annual after-tax profit to their impact fund and every year, they use part of that fund to create community customer grants which are available to organisations who are creating change. Bank Australia invests in the people and groupsthat need it most. Making a positive social impact is a priority, so they support the organisations that aim to prevent family violence and provide a safe space for women and children experiencing domestic violence. They also support not-for-profits and social enterprises working to create a society where everyone – regardless of their gender, country of birth or education – has equal opportunities. Bank Australia works towards a fair, equal and welcoming country and they do that by supporting grassroots organisations in your local community. To make the shift with 180,000 other Australians head to bankaustralia.com.au/birth
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