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What other TOP policies are there to ensure being involved in children’s early learning is a choice, rather than a luxury, for parents or caregivers?
The UBI and Tax Reform Policy – by reducing income tax, with the aim of improving inequality, many New Zealanders will be better positioned to make the choice to be with their children if they want to. Only 20% of New Zealanders (the richest people) will be worse off under this policy. Over time, renting and owning houses will become more affordable.
The Affordable Home Reform Policy will provide security of tenure to tenants and improve the quality of the housing stock, and thus make home-based care a more viable option for tenants.
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