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|... to Treasurer Josh Frydenberg last week to ask him to institute the same measures for SMSF pensioners that the Rudd Government introduced during the Global Financial Crisis. In 2008, the government made a temporary reduction to the minimum pension payment ...|
|... director Chris Richardson said the initial tax refunds would act much like the stimulus cheques mailed out by the Rudd government during the depths of the global financial crisis in February 2009." "On that occasion, cheques of $950, worth a combined ...|
|... companies will no longer get tax breaks over Australian companies - calling it "another tax loophole opened up by the Rudd Government." The government also wants digital companies to pay up their taxes. "Over the past year I have been working with counterparts ...|
|... same period. When the coalition government was elected in 2013, net Government debt was $160 billion; when the Rudd government was elected in 2007 Australia didn't have a net government debt but had $24 billion in the bank. This illustrates how the 11-year ...|
|... families delaying the purchase of their first home," budget documents say. While the scheme is loosely based on the Rudd government's first home saver account that were introduced in 2008 but abandoned by the Abbott government, this new scheme will operate ...|
|... - meaning government debt has increased $165 billion since this time. In June 2007, about the same time as the Rudd government was elected, total government debt was just $58 billion, ie, government debt has increased more than 600% since this time. ...|
|... for] almost one half of men and over one-third of women who retire between the ages of 60 and 64." The previous Rudd government in 2009 lifted the age at which retirees born after 1957 to 67 years can access their age pension. The Abbott government increased ...|
|... way. I look forward to introducing new directors to you in due course." Henry was an economic advisor for the Rudd government during the global financial crisis and responsible for implementing the $42 billion stimulus package. Holliday-Smith reiterated ...|
|... for the Trio Fraud to justice," he said. Matters also noted that the VOFF "has no longer any confidence on the Rudd government to effectively tackle the problem" after it tried to meet Treasurer Chris Bowen and received no response. The VOFF have recently ...|
|... freeze means the measures announced earlier this year, but not yet legislated, will go ahead as planned if the Rudd Government were to be re-elected," Vamos said. "Let's not forget that the industry is currently in the process of implementing significant ...|
Australian asset managers are the fourth-fastest growing of their global peers, clocking in 11.9% in compounded annual growth over the last five years, says a new report from Willis Towers Watson.
The head of QSuper's advice unit has departed after the superannuation fund restructured its financial-advice offering to members.
BlackRock has won a passive investment strategy mandate from AMP New Zealand for an undisclosed amount.
APRA and ASIC have published the latest data on life insurance claims and disputes, demonstrating the difference financial advisers make when it comes to TPD and trauma claims.
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