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|Despite over $34 billion being removed from the super system, the Grattan Institute is sticking to its guns that the effects of the Early Release of Super scheme will not have too great of an impact on retirement outcomes. Speaking at the digital Morningstar ...|
|... aged care? There are more than 100,000 waiting for a home care package. It's just pathetic." Similarly, Grattan Institute director of health programs Stephen Duckett said the newly announced funding was a drop in the ocean. "It's about a quarter ...|
|Australia's aged care system is failing and needs to be overhauled, according to the Grattan Institute. Grattan health program director Stephen Duckett said the care and support of older Australians must come before the profits of private providers. ...|
|... suggests reviewing the rate of unemployment benefits, tightening superannuation tax concessions (also a call from Grattan Institute, as superannuation industry awaits the Retirement Income Review's final report) and greater action to mitigate climate ...|
|Industry Super Australia has found some common ground with the Grattan Institute in regards to its report on the effects of the government's Early Release of Super (ERS) scheme. Part of Grattan's modelling found that millions who accessed the COVID-19 ...|
|New modelling from Grattan Institute found most Australians will have a comfortable retirement even if they have taken advantage of the government's early release scheme. The government recently extended the ERS scheme, allowing individuals who have ...|
|... final report expected to be handed down today, all eyes are on its findings. Here's what Rice Warner and Grattan Institute are expecting from it. A draft of the report was not circulated for stakeholder comment and the review has relied on modelling ...|
|The Grattan Institute has warned that now is not the time to enact sweeping reforms as the nation battles the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Chief executive of the Grattan Institute John Daley said policy priorities need to reflect the new ...|
|... fiscal stimulus over the next two years if it wants to return the economy to full employment, a new report from Grattan Institute says. The $70 billion to $90 billion required accounts for 3% to 4% of the GDP. And it is on top of the $160 billion that ...|
|... discussion about the adequacy of the superannuation guarantee between Mercer's David Knox, John Daley of the Grattan Institute, HESTA head of impact Mary Delahunty and Per Capita executive director Emma Dawson. The session offered panel members the chance ...|
ASIC deputy chair Karen Chester brought to light discrepancies in Daniel Crennan's resignation statement in front of a senate hearing, clarifying the dates that he found out about the issues that led to his resignation.
The Australian Stock Exchange has pushed back the CHESS replacement date by another year to April 2023.
The Victims of Financial Fraud (VOFF) group have written to senators slamming ASIC chair James Shipton for ignoring their requests for help but finding "time to submerge his own head in the trough allegedly at taxpayer expense".
HUB24 announced a series of significant transactions, including plans to acquire Xplore Wealth and the sale of its financial advice business.
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