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  • No.002 Monday, 16 January 2006 LABOR SUPER PLAN COMPLEX AND COSTLY Labor’s plan to phase out the contributions tax for people earning $40,000 - $100,000 a year will introduce massive complexity and extra costs for the superannuation industry, Assistant Treasurer Mal Brough said today. A fund would have to seek
    Date: 16/01/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/MUHI6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • No.012 Thursday, 11th November 2004 LABOR’S SUPER POLICIES HIT WOMEN IN RETIREMENT HIP POCKET Opposition Treasury spokesman Wayne Swan has been challenged to reject Labor’s failed superannuation policies which would hit women in the retirement hip pocket. Assistant Treasurer, Mal Brough, made the call today following research released at the
    Date: 11/11/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/DLFE6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • MAL BROUGH MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND ASSISTANT TREASURER assistant.treasurer.gov.au PRESS RELEASE No:14 Sunday 12th September Low Paid Clearly Worse off Under Crean Super Fiasco This morning on Sunday Sunrise Simon Crean tried to maintain that everyone’s superannuation would be better off as a result of Labor’s superannuation rip off. He
    Date: 12/09/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/JQRD6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • MAL BROUGH MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND ASSISTANT TREASURER assistant.treasurer.gov.au PRESS RELEASE No:12 Wednesday 8th September LABOR STEALS AUSTRALIA’S RETIREMENT FUTURE Labor’s policy on superannuation will rip billions of dollars out of Australians’ retirement savings, Assistant Treasurer, Mal Brough said today. Labor would abolish the Howard Government’s superannuation co-contribution scheme, which
    Date: 08/09/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/7JPD6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • MAL BROUGH MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND ASSISTANT TREASURER assistant.treasurer.gov.au PRESS RELEASE No: 009 Wednesday, 1st September LABOR’S PLANS FOR YOUR SUPER Today at the Press Club I challenged Labor’s Nick Sherry to guarantee that Labor won’t spend your superannuation funds on their political projects. He failed to do so. Here’s
    Date: 01/09/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/3JPD6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • No.005 26 August 2004 COALITION’S CO-CONTRIBUTIONS BETTER FOR BATTLERS Battlers get more bang for their superannuation buck from the Coalition’s co-contribution policy, compared to Labor’s unfunded proposals, Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer, Mal Brough, said today. “Australians recognise they are primarily responsible for increasing their retirement savings. However, the
    Date: 26/08/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/JFLD6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • C014/04 15 March 2004 LABOR’S GROUNDHOG DAY ON SUPER Labor has trotted out the same super policy for the fifth time, reinforcing the fact they are the party that’s light on detail but would be heavy on spending, Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer, Senator Helen Coonan said today. “We’ve
    Date: 15/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/QK5C6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

  • Building the National Nest Egg Challenges for a Greying Australia Address by Senator the Hon. Helen Coonan Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer Investment and Financial Services Association Sydney 20 November 2003 Intro Thank you. All signs point towards Superannuation policy headlining as a major election issue next year. Retirement
    Date: 20/11/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/ZEZA6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

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