Government drops opt-in insurance from Protecting Your Super package

The Government has dropped the core part of its ‘Protecting Your Super’ package – changing insurance in superannuation for young people – to get the Bill through the Senate with the support of the Greens, despite Labor saying it supports

Three superannuation Bills up for debate in last sitting week of 2018

The Government, may, put three of its superannuation Bills up for debate in the Senate this week – the last sitting week for 2018. But it might not have the votes to pass the Bills, and is running out of …

Labor “cautiously supportive” of Protecting your Super Bill

A Senate committee has called for a Bill capping super fund fees and making insurance opt-out, for some members, and to transfer more inactive super accounts to the ATO, to be passed.

Labor is “cautiously supportive” of the Bill, the 

Superannuation Bills largely stalled in Senate ahead of winter break

With Parliament having risen for the long winter break many of the Government’s superannuation Bills remain stalled in the Senate, with some not even being debated yet in 2018

ASIC fee-for-service Bills

The Bills to change ASIC towards a fee-for-service

‘Protecting Your Super’ changes raise $1.75 billion for government

The Government has introduced a Bill to Parliament which it says will protect superannuation savings, but also raise a considerable amount of money for the Federal Budget.

The Treasury Laws Amendment (Protecting Your Superannuation Package) Bill 2018 would cap fees