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  • Date: 01/01/1999 - Collection: Library - ID: library/lcatalog/10145790 - Source: Library Catalogue - Author: Seaman, Nicola. - Wo...

  • Date: 01/01/2001 - Collection: Library - ID: library/lcatalog/10156207 - Source: Library Catalogue - Author: Clare, Ross. - Assoc...

  • alp.org.au http://www.alp.org.au/fairer_super_plan Labor's Fairer Super Plan Labor is committed to ensuring the sustainability of the retirement income system in a way that delivers fairness and enables Australians to maintain a comfortable standard of living in retirement. Tax concessions (forgone revenue) are an important part of the superannuation system, as they
    Date: 01/01/2016 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/4461933 - Source: ALP - Author: ALP

  • 100positivepolicies.org.au http://www.100positivepolicies.org.au/keeping_super_fair Keeping Super Fair Labor is committed to ensuring the sustainability of the retirement income system in a way that delivers fairness and enables Australians to maintain a comfortable standard of living in retirement. Tax concessions are an important part of the superannuation system, as they encourage people to
    Date: 13/05/2016 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/4563616 - Source: ALP - Author: ALP

  • Printed and authorised by Senator Richard Di Natale, Parliament House Canberra ACT 2600. Page 1 of 2 Australia’s once world leading superannuation system was established over two decades ago to ensure our ageing population can retire in comfort and to preserve the pension for those who really need it. However tax breaks in our current super system are regressive and provide the biggest incentive for those earning high incomes, allowing them to pour money into their super account to minimise the tax they pay. Currently there is a flat 15% tax on concessional contributions for people earning under $300,000 a year. The most disproportionately affected are women, low-income earners and casual workers. 60% of workers earning less than $37,000 are women, i primarily because of commitments to care for others in their family, and they only work part-time for many years. This results in women retiring with around half the retirement savings of men. A progressive super system will go a long way in reducing the inequity of our retirement system. > SUPER TAXATION There are three key areas where tax applies on superannuation: 1. When money goes in (contributions) 2. The annual investment returns you earn on your superannuation fund (earnings) 3. When you withdraw your money from super, taking it as an income (income) The Greens’ plan will see changes to the tax on super as money goes into super accounts. However, we do not rule out supporting government or Labor measures once they’ve been through proper Senate scrutiny. The Greens’ approach to reform of superannuation would raise up to $11 billion of revenue over four years. > PROGRESSIVE SUPER TAXATION While there are many technical reforms our super system needs, the most pressing, simple option is to remove the current flat tax rate of 15 percent for everyone, and replace it with a progressive system based closely ii on the individual employee’s marginal tax rate.
    Date: 29/06/2016 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/4662893 - Source: AUSTRALIAN GREENS - Author: Australian Greens

  • Home Ownership for YouNG Australians onenation.com.au/policies/home-ownership one nation policies The great Australian dream is to own your own home, but with the ever increasing cost of living, this dream, is out of reach of many young Australians. Australia has a shortage of housing, due to increased immigration approx. 190,000 per
    Date: 01/08/2016 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/4731566 - Source: PAULINE HANSON'S ONE NATI...

  • PRIME MINISTER     A BETTER SUPERANNUATION SYSTEM There is a growing realisation throughout Australian society of the importance of retirement planning and saving for the years ahead.  Australians increasingly recognise that they are likely to live longer and that the difference between a basic standard of living in retirement
    Date: 05/11/2001 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/X9G56 - Source: LIBERAL-NATIONAL COALITIO... - Author: HOWARD, John, (forme...

  • April 8, 2013 Announcements end superannuation budget speculation? Image source: QLD government Following recent media speculation about possible changes to superannuation in the upcoming 2013- 14 Budget and concerns about the inequity of tax concessions for superannuation, on 5 April 2013 the Government announced a range of measures to superannuation
    Date: 08/04/2013 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/2373548 - Source: FlagPost - Author: SWOBODA, Kai

  • * 7 -e- itst? . 1 -A AUSTRALIA THE PARLIAMENT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA BACKGROUND PAPER THE RETIREMENT INCOMES SYSTEM IN AUSTRALIA: DEVELOPMENTS SINCE 1983 Dale Daniels 10 March 1988 Education and Welfare Group LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH SERVICE DEPARTMENT OF THE PARLIAMENTARY LIBRARY Contents INTRODUCTION 1 THE AGE PENSION SINCE
    Date: 10/03/1988 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/4418818 - Source: BACKGROUND PAPERS (EDUCAT... - Author: DANIELS, Dale

  • THE PARLIAMENT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA CURRENT ISSUES BRIEF No. 4 1983 Income in Old Age: Is National Superannuation the Answer? LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH SERVICE DEPARTMENT OF THE PARLIAMENTARY LIBRARY 10- THE PARLIAMENT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA CURRENT ISSUES BRIEF NO. 4. 1983 INCOME IN OLD AGE: IS NATIONAL
    Date: 12/04/1983 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/4494060 - Source: CURRENT ISSUES BRIEFS (ED... - Author: FORWARD, Roy

  • July 17, 2015 Future Fund: budget treatment Posted 20/05/2016 by Richard Webb Future Fund (FF) net earnings (gross earnings less associated costs) are currently excluded from the underlying cash balance measure of the budget outcome. This will change on 1 July 2020 when payments from the FF begin. Then, all
    Date: 20/05/2016 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/4582366 - Source: FlagPost - Author: WEBB, Richard, (DPL)

  • 32 PARLIAMENTARY LIBRARY BRIEFING BOOK | KEY ISSUES FOR THE 45TH PARLIAMENT Influencing decisions to retire Kai Swoboda, Economics What is retirement? Retirement is generally viewed as a withdrawal from the labour market and/or paid employment. Retirement can also be viewed as a process, whereby an individual scales down employment—such
    Date: 30/08/2016 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/4787390 - Source: PARLIAMENTARY LIBRARY BRI... - Author: SWOBODA, Kai

  • 34 PARLIAMENTARY LIBRARY BRIEFING BOOK | KEY ISSUES FOR THE 45TH PARLIAMENT Influences on superannuation policy settings Kai Swoboda, Economics At March 2016, the total value of assets in superannuation exceeded $2 trillion; more than the annual output of the Australian economy (Figure 1). Figure 1: Superannuation assets, 1998 to
    Date: 30/08/2016 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/4787391 - Source: PARLIAMENTARY LIBRARY BRI... - Author: SWOBODA, Kai

  • D e p a r t m e n t o f t h e P a r l i a m e n t a r y L i b r a r y RESEARCH NOTENumber 26, 2001-02ISSN 1328-8016 Superannuation for People Primarily Over 65 Years of Age Introduction
    Date: 19/02/2002 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/56Y56 - Source: RESEARCH NOTES (INFORMATI... - Author: KEHL, David

  • Parliament of Australia Department of Parliamentary Services Parliamentary Library RESEARCH BRIEF Information, analysis and advice for the Parliament 29 November 2004, no. 6, 2004-05, ISSN 1832-2883 Superannuation ready reckoner: taxation and preservation rules for 2004-05 This brief is designed to provide readers with a ‘ready reckoner’—a simple, easy to use
    Date: 29/11/2004 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/MF7F6 - Source: RESEARCH BRIEFS (ECONOMIC... - Author: SELLECK, Graeme

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