Canada child benefits include the Canada Child Tax Benefit, the Universal Child Care Benefit, the GST/HST credit and the Newfoundland and Labrador Child Benefit.
What does UCCB stand for?
UCCB stands for Universal Child Care Benefit (Canada)
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In the report the Committee recommended that government consider implementing a flat provincial tax rate of 10%; increasing the non-refundable basic personal amount to $12,000 for taxable income below $35,000; implementing a non-refundable child tax credit of up to $400 per child; implementing a universal child care benefit of $600 annually per child under the age of six; lowering the general corporate income tax rate to 5%; increasing the Harmonized Sales Tax rate and introducing an HST rebate program for low income earners; and implementing a three-year average assessment value on property.
The other component is the Universal Child Care Benefit that provides parents with $100 per month for each child under six.
The Manitoba government will not claw-back the federal Universal Child Care Benefit paid to families with children under age six in receiving employment and income assistance, Family Services and Housing Minister Christine Melnick said.
The Government also provides assistance to parents through the Canada Child Tax Benefit and the Universal Child Care Benefit.