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|... activity they may have conducted or information they may have accessed and will share more as we have it." The US Senate Committee on Commerce has requested Twitter brief the committee on the issue no later than July 23, with committee chair Senator ...|
|A Sunsuper donation of $11,000 to the Australian Labor Party has come under intense scrutiny in a Senate committee hearing. Appearing before the Senate Economics Legislation Committee, APRA deputy chair Helen Rowell was grilled by Liberal Senator Andrew ...|
|... to vote against the Drought Future Fund after Labor's own Senators clearly supported the Bill during the Senate committee inquiry into it, is a new political low," Cormann said in a media release.|
|... the time available, on the exempt occupations," Robert said. The legislation was initially recommended by the Senate Committee to be passed without amendment. In discussing the first half of the new Improving Accountability and Member Outcomes in Superannuation ...|
|... Guarantee Administration Act. Industry Super Australia said this concession came after data was presented to the Senate committee that 5296 "Part 2 penalties" were applied to 24,634 employers in the ATO's sights for failing to pay the correct superannuation ...|
|... gap that prompted then Fed Chairman to deliver his "interest rate conundrum" speech in testimony before the US Senate Committee on Banking on February 17, 2005. If I recall correctly, rising US short rates and steady to falling long-term rates were attributed ...|
|... reasoned that it was due to the global savings glut and increasing globalisation. In testimony before the US Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs on February 17, 2005, Alan Greenspan remarked that: "Long-term interest rates have trended ...|
|... further address unpaid superannuation, a figure estimated to be about $5.9 billion as at 2015-16. Speaking to a Senate committee hearing in Canberra on Friday, ISA public affairs director Matt Linden said the group estimates about three million workers ...|
|... mandatory for member funds from 1 July 2018. Separately, SMSF Association chief John Maroney recently told a Senate Committee employees have the fundamental right to choose their own super fund - SMSF members are not the only ones affected by lack of ...|
|... sales-based incentives, according to the employee, this is yet to take effect at the branch level. Also addressing the Senate committee was Kilian Colin, a former personal banker at Wells Fargo for three years until June 2016. He stated there were "unreasonable ...|
The Australian Bureau of Statistics has revealed what people who accessed their super early due to financial hardship caused by COVID-19 spent the money on.
The life insurance industry is developing a Professional Standards Framework for all claims and underwriting professionals, with support from the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance (ANZIIF).
With consumers in the US now contributing the most to Afterpay's business, the BNPL provider has set in motion plans to list there as new research shows the economic impact of the service.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many Australians to review their life insurance cover and seek the help of a financial adviser.
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