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Funding boosts ASIC greenwashing remit

KARREN VERGARA  |  TUESDAY, 9 MAY 2023
... opportunities and support First Nations Australians to meaningfully participate," Chalmers added. This year's federal budget also highlighted the gravity of investment scams, which fleeced Australians $3.1 billion in 2022 alone. Under a $17.6 million ...

Budget all about responsible economic management: Chalmers

CASSANDRA BALDINI  |  FRIDAY, 14 APR 2023
... response to global economic uncertainty is responsible economic management and that will be displayed in the May federal budget. Speaking in Washington DC at the G20 Finance Ministers' and Central Bank Governors' Meeting and International Monetary Fund ...

Aussies happy with compulsory super: Data

CASSANDRA BALDINI  |  THURSDAY, 13 APR 2023
... these workers have no super at all in retirement," commented ASFA deputy chief executive Glen McCrea. "The upcoming federal budget provides an opportunity to bring the self-employed and gig economy workers into the compulsory superannuation system." ...

Cut spending and raise taxes, super preservation age: Grattan

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 12 APR 2023
These are just some of the recommendations from Grattan Institute ahead of the federal budget, which also include counting more of the family home in the aged pension assets and residential aged care means tests. With Australia on course for 25 straight ...

Menopause: The silent economic crisis

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  TUESDAY, 21 MAR 2023
... birthday and they do so with about 40% less superannuation than the average man. In its submission to the last federal budget, AIST said women aged 45 to 54 retired on average at age 52.1; about 7.1 years earlier than planned and 7.4 years earlier than ...

Giving hope: Recent regulatory wins

ANDREW MCKEAN  |  TUESDAY, 21 MAR 2023
... meaningful action and allow employees to see where they're being short-changed, it added. As part of its first Federal Budget, the government also pledged $531.6 million over four years to expand the paid parental leave scheme, allowing families to access ...

FPA voices concern on proposed CSLR, FAR laws

ANDREW MCKEAN  |  FRIDAY, 10 MAR 2023
... identifying gaps and potential areas for improvement. The review was announced as part of the government's first federal budget in October 2022, receiving strong support at the time. Treasury stated that MIS's being brought under the remit of the CSLR ...

Review of managed investment schemes kicks off

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  THURSDAY, 9 MAR 2023
... gaps and possible areas for improvement. The review was announced as part of the Albanese government's first federal budget in October 2022 and received strong support at the time. Yesterday, minister for financial services Stephen Jones said it's ...

The self-funded retiree is a misnomer: Institute

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  MONDAY, 6 FEB 2023
New research from The Australia Institute shows the cost to the federal budget of tax concessions is almost on par with the total cost of the Age Pension, with the think tank declaring the 'self-funded retiree' a misnomer. According to the insights ...

Mercer proposes superannuation tax overhaul

ANDREW MCKEAN  |  MONDAY, 6 FEB 2023
... those with large super balances, and achieve budget neutrality in the short-term with a positive impact on the Federal Budget as super balances grow. Mercer's changes are forecast to have a positive budgetary impact of $0.04 billion. Emphasising the ...