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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.001 Thursday, 12th January 2005 LABOR GIVES AUSTRALIANS LESS SUPER CHOICE Labor is proposing to give working Australians less choice in how they manage their superannuation, Assistant Treasurer Mal Brough said today. Labor’s Nick Sherry has again called for lost superannuation accounts to be automatically rolled together using Tax File
    Date: 12/01/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/6WJI6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • No.094 Wednesday 16 November, 2005 REFINING THE MEANING OF INTERDEPENDENCY RELATIONSHIP The Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer, Mal Brough, today announced that regulations have been made to further refine the meaning of interdependency relationship for the purposes of superannuation and related taxation law. ‘Last year the Government expanded the
    Date: 16/11/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/7NZH6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • No.051 Monday, 6 June 2005 GOVERNMENT SUPPORT FOR RETIREMENT INCOMES “The Howard Government is delivering on its commitment to secure Australians’ retirement incomes,” The Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer, Mal Brough, said today. ‘Over recent years the Government has announced a range of initiatives which significantly improve superannuation as
    Date: 06/06/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/DM9G6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • No.038 Tuesday 17th May, 2005 REFINING THE DEFINITION OF INTERDEPENDENCY RELATIONSHIP Draft regulations that will further refine the meaning of interdependency relationships were released for public comment today by the Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer, Mal Brough. “Last year, the Government expanded the definition of ‘dependent’ for the purposes
    Date: 17/05/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/G82G6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • No.020 Monday 4th April, 2005 MORE OPTIONS FROM WORK TO RETIREMENT Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer, Mal Brough, today released the regulations for the Government’s Transition to retirement measure. From 1 July 2005, these regulations will allow a person who has reached their preservation age to access their superannuation
    Date: 04/04/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/7YMF6 - 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

  • C046/04 27 May 2004 FAIRER TREATMENT FOR INTERDEPENDENT RELATIONSHIPS The Government will expand the potential beneficiaries of tax-free superannuation death benefits to include ‘interdependent’ relationships, the Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer, Senator Helen Coonan, announced today. “This is a family friendly proposal which recognises that adult family members who
    Date: 27/05/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/WBNC6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

  • C038/04 11 May 2004 IMPROVING THE INTEGRITY OF THE SUPERANNUATION SYSTEM The Government will make changes to the superannuation laws to target tax avoidance arrangements used primarily by small and non-arms length superannuation funds, the Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer, Senator Helen Coonan, announced today. These changes will address
    Date: 11/05/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/0RGC6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

  • C026/04 4 May 2004 AMENDMENTS TO SUPER CO-CONTRIBUTION REGULATIONS OPEN FOR PUBLIC COMMENT Draft amending regulations which give effect to the Government’s superannuation co-contribution for low income earners measure have been released for public comment, Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer, Senator Helen Coonan announced today. “Under the co-contribution measure
    Date: 04/05/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/23EC6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

  • C025/04 28 April 2004 BUSINESS COALITION’S $5B WISH-LIST BUT NO WORD ON REDUCING SUPER FEES A business coalition today laid out its $5 billion a year wish-list for super without one mention of a quid-pro-quo on fees to help boost the super savings of Australian workers, Minister for Revenue and
    Date: 28/04/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/70CC6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

  • C017/04 31 March 2004 GOVERNMENT BOOSTS SAFETY FOR SUPER FUNDS The Government has passed legislation which will improve the safety of Australians’ superannuation savings, Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer Senator Helen Coonan said today. Senator Coonan said although the record of safety in Australia’s superannuation system was an enviable
    Date: 31/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/C34C6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

  • 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

  • C013/04 14 March 2004 MATCHED SUPER EXTENDED TO ONE MILLION MORE AUSTRALIANS Up to one million more Australians will be eligible to receive a direct injection into their retirement savings following the extension of the Government’s superannuation co-contribution measure, Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer, Senator Helen Coonan announced today.
    Date: 14/03/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/RK5C6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

  • C001/04 29 January 2004 WHAT MR LATHAM DIDN’T MENTION IN HIS SPEECH Labor has abandoned its proposed cut in contributions tax, two months after Labor leader Mark Latham trumpeted his plans to the superannuation industry, because it relied on a $700 million ‘saving’ that doesn’t exist, Minister for Revenue and
    Date: 29/01/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/O6IB6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

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