Amendment To The Child Care Money Act

Original Language Title: Änderung des Kinderbetreuungsgeldgesetzes

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117. Federal law that modifies the child care money law

The National Council has decided:

The child care money law (KBGG), Federal Law Gazette I no. 103/2001, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 139/2011, is amended as follows:

1. in article 8, paragraph 1 Z 1 4th movement is the phrase "Is the entitlement to payment of the childcare allowance in a calendar month for over 23 days, this month is one entirely to the period of the claim," "Is the entitlement to payment of the childcare allowance for the whole month, so this month is one of the claim period," replaced by the word order.

2. in article 9, paragraph 3, the expression "6 €100" is replaced by the expression "6 400 euros".

3. in article 24, paragraph 1, Z 2 replaced the word "Calendar months" replaced by the word "Months" and in article 24, paragraph 1 3 Z is the expression "6 €100" by the expression "6 400 euros".

4. paragraph 24 d together with the heading:

"Applicable provisions

section 24 d. (1) section 1, section 2, paragraph 2, 3, 5 and 6, § 4, article 5 par. 3 to 6, § 6, article 7, paragraph 1, article 8 to apply Article 8a, paragraph 1 as well as sections 5a up to 12 are in addition to the lump-sum childcare allowance on the childcare allowance as a replacement of the income. A unique transition from the childcare allowance as a replacement of income on the lump-sum childcare allowance pursuant to § 5 c is possible per parent within three years from the initial submission of this parent unless the determined day €33 is for this parent to Article 24a, paragraph 1 or this parent does not meet the eligibility requirement pursuant to § 24 para 1 subpara 2. The transition causes entitlement to childcare allowance pursuant to § 5 c, so as if this activity type instead of the childcare allowance as a replacement of income had been requested, obtained, application for transition binds however by way of derogation from Article 26a not the other parent. By way of derogation from § 42 deemed income of the include parent childcare allowance under this section and reduces the maintenance claims. The receipt of childcare allowance under this section excludes a reference of childcare allowance under section 2.

(2) was against the rejection of the childcare allowance as a replacement of income due to lack of fulfilment of the requirement of employment subject to social insurance contributions (§ 24 para 1 subpara 2) complaint raised, so the health insurance carrier meeting all other eligibility requirements at the request of the accusing parent has to grant a childcare allowance as a replacement of income in the amount of the lump-sum childcare allowance pursuant to § 5 c para 1 to 3. This performance is attributable to the childcare allowance to be granted any legal completion of judicial proceedings."

5. § 26a is the last sentence:

"A later change of this decision is not possible unless the applicant parent gives the competent sickness insurance institution which, once any change within 14 calendar days of the submission of the initial known."

6. in article 31, paragraph 4, the word order is "here are the sections 60 to 62 of the Federal Budget Act (BHG), Federal Law Gazette apply, no. 213/1986, unless" by the phrase "are the sections 72 to 74 of the Federal Budget Act 2013 (BHG 2013), Federal Law Gazette I no. 139/2009, to apply unless" replaced.

7. in article 36, paragraph 2 of point is replaced at the end to no. 6 with a semicolon; following Nos. 7 and 8 are added:



"7 number of recipients according to § 24 d para 2, broken down by gender;

8. number of recipients which have changed the version, broken down by sex."

8. in section 50 be added following paragraph 6, 7, 8 and 9:

(6) reference periods from 1 January 2010 to apply section 8 para 1 subpara 1 in the version of Federal Law Gazette No. 117/2013 I occurs with force, January 1, 2010 and is.

(7) sections 9 para 3 and 24 I no. 117/2013 para 1 No. 3 in the version of Federal Law Gazette with 1 January 2014 into force and shall apply to periods from 1 January 2014.

(8) section I no. 117/2013 § 24 d para 2, 26a and 36 para 2 as amended by Federal Law Gazette with 1 January 2014 into force and shall apply on first-time applications from 1 January 2014.

(9) section 31 (4) as amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 117/2013 effective with January 1, 2013."

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