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|... financial planners, are set to benefit from the 30% tax rate reducing to 25% from 1 July 2021. Federal treasurer Josh Frydenberg also announced last night that temporary full expensing has been extended until 30 June 2023. This enables small businesses ...|
|... as long as the virus persists, so will we. So tonight, we go further." This is according to federal treasurer Josh Frydenberg, who last night, went further, announcing a spending splurge of around 74.6 billion in order secure Australia's recovery. ...|
|... estate assets. "Under the Coalition, Australian seniors will always have more control over their money," treasurer Josh Frydenberg said. The government is also extending the central control and management test safe harbour from two to five years for ...|
|... reduction while those with incomes of $90,000 to $126,000 the offset phases out at three cents per dollar. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said the tax measures are a way to ensure the momentum of Australia's economic recovery from the onslaught of COVID-19. ...|
|Just about everyone is a winner in this year's federal budget, with treasurer Josh Frydenberg extending tax cuts, significant measures to enhance women's economic security and a $15 billion infrastructure spend. Delivering the 2021/22 federal ...|
|... to the Global Financial Crisis and the second time since the early 1970s. "Australia is coming back," treasurer Josh Frydenberg said. At the height of the pandemic, Treasury feared unemployment could reach as far as 15% and the economy contract by 20%. ...|
|... growth and jobs. In this budget, we are investing $1.2 billion in our digital economy strategy," federal treasurer Josh Frydenberg said. "Establishing a new national network of Artificial Intelligence Centres to drive business adoption of these new technologies. ...|
|... budget tonight, there is already some good news for the superannuation sector and small businesses. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has released details about a few initiatives that will be included in the budget. The government will allow older Australians ...|
|... allow Australian businesses to capitalise on the opportunities that digital technologies are creating," Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said. "Greater digital adoption will improve our competitiveness and lift our productivity - driving job creation and higher ...|
|... into his salary were announced in January 2021, when he announced he would depart ASIC. In a statement, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg thanked Shipton for his contribution. "Mr Shipton has shown great commitment and dedication to ASIC during his three years ...|
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Macquarie Securities Australia (MSA) has copped a $126,000 fine for breaching market integrity rules, making this its fifth infringement in the last six years.
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IOOF has handed a $23 billion index investing mandate to a global investment manager following Vanguard's decision to stop managing passive strategies for other institutions.
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Addressing the annual Conference of Major Superannuation Funds, the Prince of Wales has asked Australia's super funds to get involved in his Sustainable Markets Initiative.
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Nearly seven in 10 Australians who dipped into their superannuation during COVID-19 are concerned the decision has made them less financially secure, according to a poll from the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees.
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