Super Choice

Super choice and salary sacrifice Bill scheduled again for debate in Senate

The Government has put its Bill to expand super choice and close a salary sacrifice ‘loophole’ up for debate in the Senate in Budget week. The Treasury Laws Amendment (Improving Accountability and Member Outcomes in Superannuation Measures No. 2) Bill 2017 is scheduled for debate in the Senate on Thursday.… Read More »Super choice and salary sacrifice Bill scheduled again for debate in Senate

Easier for employers to “steal” super under choice changes: ACTU

The government’s planned changes to expand choice of super fund to employees under workplace agreements will make it easier for employers to “steal” workers’ superannuation, says the Australian Council of Trade Unions. The ACTU points to recent research indicating $5.6 billion in super is unpaid each year, and warns “that… Read More »Easier for employers to “steal” super under choice changes: ACTU

Super choice expansion & closing salary sacrifice loophole Bill introduced

The Government has introduced legislation to expand choice of super fund for employees and close a superannuation salary sacrifice ‘loophole’. These changes are contained in the Treasury Laws Amendment (Improving Accountability and Member Outcomes in Superannuation Measures No. 2) Bill 2017. Meanwhile several superannuation Bills have been introduced to the… Read More »Super choice expansion & closing salary sacrifice loophole Bill introduced

Government has “every intention” of passing super choice reforms

The Government has every intention of passing reforms to choice of superannuation fund, Minister O’Dwyer has told the SMSF Association National Conference. Minister for Revenue and Financial Services, Kelly O’Dwyer, told the conference she couldn’t agree more the the belief of the Association that “every Australian has the right to… Read More »Government has “every intention” of passing super choice reforms