Day care fees

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Family and income

 

Family size is considered to be persons who live in the same household in marriage or marriage-like conditions, and all under-aged children who live with them in the same household.

Taxed earnings and income from capital, and income that are not taxed are considered as income. If a monthly salary varies from month to month, an average monthly income of the year is considered as income.

 

Income limits and charge percentages 1.8.2014

Family size (persons)

Income limit (€/month)

Highest percentage to be charged
 
2 1 355 11,5
3 1 671 9,4
4 1 983 7,9
5 2 116 7,9
6 2 248 7,9

 

A fee is not charged if the income is smaller than the smallest gross income limit. If a family is bigger than six persons, the income limit that determines the fee, is raised with 133 € from each following underage child.

Fees for all-day care

 

The biggest fee is 283 € a month for a child. All-day care lasts longer than 5 h a day nad mostly 10 h a day. A fee that would be smaller than 26 € will not be charged.

 

The fee for a second child in day care from the same family is 80% from the calculated all-day care fee of the youngest child in day care. The highest fee, however, is 255 € a month. The fee for each following child is 20% from the calculated all-day care fee for the youngest child in day care.

 

Fees for part time care

 

60% from the all-day care fees are charged from part time care. Part time care lasts 5 h a day at the most. Part time care for a preschool child lasts 5 h a day and 25 h a week at the most.

 

Read more: Clearance of income and necessary attachments

You can contact the day care office in matters concerning fees.
Phone numbers:
Niina Jauhojärvi, school secretary, tel. 040 647 2616
Marketta Toivola, director of early education, tel. 040 716 2084

Sivua päivitetty: 
10.10.2016