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  • senator.cherry@aph.gov.au www.democrats.org.au News releases can also be sent by email. Please advise us if you want to join the email distribution list. DEMOCRATS MEDIA 04/1121 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2004 SENATOR JOHN CHERRY AUSTRALIAN DEMOCRATS SUPERANNUATION SPOKESPERSON Simplified Superannuation Reporting Agreed To By Senate The Senate has rejected the Government's plan
    Date: 08/12/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/R9OE6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Superannuation spokesperson 15 th March 2004 MEDIA RELEASE 04/182 Latham’s regressive superannuation plan Mark Latham's plan to cut the contribution tax on superannuation is regressive and would massively favour high income earners, according to the Australian Democrats In today's superannuation policy launch, Opposition Leader Mark
    Date: 15/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/CUXB6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Superannuation spokesperson Australian Democrats th 14 March, 2004 MEDIA RELEASE 04/180 Super co-contribution extension good news, but Govt should go further The extension of the $920 million Low Income Earners Superannuation Co-contribution to workers earning less than $450 a month is great news, but the Government needs
    Date: 14/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/PYXB6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Superannuation Spokesperson 12 November 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/809 Costello’s “death tax” on superannuation has to go Treasurer Peter Costello’s attack on Labor’s possible policies on death and inheritance taxes rings hollow given his Government’s trenchant opposition to the Australian Democrats’ attempts to remove the “death
    Date: 12/11/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/JBVA6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Senator Brian Greig Superannuation spokesperson Sexuality Issues spokesperson Australian Democrats October 7, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/713 Super package for low income earners, same sex couples passes the Senate Up to 4.6 million low income earners will be eligible for a Government co-contribution for any voluntary superannuation payments
    Date: 07/10/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/LUKA6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John - GREIG...

  • Senator John Cherry Superannuation spokesperson Australian Democrats September 17, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE Senate backs superannuation rights for same sex couples on 12th attempt The Australian Democrats have won majority Senate support on their twelfth attempt for amendments to deliver same sex couples access to superannuation on the same basis as
    Date: 17/09/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/IMFA6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Superannuation Spokesperson September 8, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/641 Women, mature aged workers set for superannuation savings bonus Women returning to the workforce and mature aged workers preparing for retirement are among the key groups set to be targeted for the new $920 million Superannuation Co-Contribution
    Date: 08/09/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/9OCA6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Superannuation Spokesperson th 7 August 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/567 Blame your minister PM, not the Senate The Australian Democrats expressed surprise that the Prime Minister has blamed the Senate for the failure to establish the Government’s $355 million Low Income Earners Co-contribution. In a radio
    Date: 07/08/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/OV2A6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Superannuation Spokesperson July 29, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/543 Planning for retirement: major reforms of advice, super rules and labour market needed The ageing of the Australian population will make planning for retirement, quality of financial advice, and improving the labour market opportunities for mature aged
    Date: 29/07/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/0UZ96 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Superannuation Spokesperson June 27, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/472 Disappointment over “non start” of super co-contribution The Australian Democrats have expressed disappointment over the Government’s decision to pull the bill to establish the $355 million Low Income Earners Co-contribution from the Senate agenda overnight. Democrats’ Superannuation
    Date: 27/06/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/F4Q96 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Superannuation Spokesperson May 2, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/272 SA law leaves Federal laws the “odd one out” on same sex super The passage of law through the South Australian Parliament yesterday, allowing same sex partners access to a deceased partner’s superannuation, completes the recognition of
    Date: 02/05/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/XC796 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Superannuation spokesperson Australian Democrats April 13, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/226 $3 billion dollar fall in super savings shows need for Govt co-contribution The massive $3.2 billion slump in voluntary superannuation savings by Australians should be a wakeup call to the Federal Government to promote superannuation by bringing
    Date: 13/04/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/TD296 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Superannuation Spokesperson February 11th, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/070 Super choice off the agenda until financial advice improved The Government’s superannuation choice of funds legislation will not provide retirees with appropriate safeguards unless there are improvements to financial advice and disclosure, according to the Australian Democrats.
    Date: 11/02/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/ZWI86 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

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