The following articles have the tag federal budget
The government seems to think economic stimulus is all about high-viz vests and hard hats.
Budget 2020 forgot women and older unemployed workers, according to social media.
The government promised relief for the lack of pension increase, but is it enough?
There was no pension increase on 20 September, but a boost is expected in October.
No changes, but there will be ‘necessary tinkering’.
Task of making sure aged care places are located where they are needed begins.
Government crackdown on welfare debt to get more strict.
New plan to make it easier to switch your superannuation fund.
Government aims to keep older Australians connected to their communities.
Recent retirees will be allowed to boost their superannuation balances.
The Government is trying to end age discrimination so people can work longer.
Programs to ensure health checks part of More Choices For a Longer Life package.
Budget 2018-19 has also been called a ‘Baby Boomer budget’, but this is lazy shorthand ...
How Treasurer Scott Morrison can help retirees in Budget 2018.
Government told to budget for higher charges to pensioners in aged care facilities.
The big banks are warning that any cost to them will be passed onto consumers.
YourLifeChoices will again be part of the Budget Media Lock Up.
The Government has announced tougher laws to target tax avoidance.
Here’s what real Australians would like to see in Budget 2016/17.
Big changes to how the Government plans to tax superannuation may be on the way.
Fifty prominent Australians have called on the Government not to cut the company tax rate.
Superannuation tax concessions will be wound back in the May 2016 budget.
‘Retiring’ politicians will add $2 million to the parliamentary pension bill.
TTR strategy should be the focus of the upcoming federal budget.
Just how the economy is faring is set to be revealed tomorrow.
Plans to raise GST could cost the average family an extra $2915 per year.
Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey has put an increase in GST back on the agenda.
Changes to pension asset thresholds and taper rate will pass through the Senate.
So, what does the 2015/16 Federal Budget mean for you?
Proposed Age Pension changes announced in the 2014 Budget have been scrapped.
Labor have commenced a campaign to lobby against changes to the Age Pension.
The Choice Consumer Pulse Report shows consumer confidence is at a three-year low.
The Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) has released a report which shows that one ...
Senator Nick Xenophon wants to increase the minimum price per packet.
The Government will increase co-payments on PBS prescriptions.
The announcement of proposed budget measures seems to have dented voter confidence in the Government.
The Federal Budget has allocated funding to dementia research.
This quick snapshot highlights the key points under pensions, healthcare, taxation and more.
One line in the Federal Budget ledger could signal a pre-election spending spree
The Government will make $33.6 billion worth of savings to fund the return to surplus.
An NDIS will fundamentally change the way disability care and support is provided.
The Government will improve access to health care, new hospitals, mental health reforms and e-Health.
The Government has committed $83.5 million to commemorating the ANZACs.
Good news for those receiving Newstart Allowance.
The tax-free threshold will triple from its current limit of $6000 to $18,200 in 2012/13.
Those struggling to survive on an Age Pension will have to do so for a ...
The Mature Age Participation program: practical help for job seekers over 55.
Wayne Swan will today deliver the 2012/13 Federal Budget.
Tuesday’s budget may very well include cuts to welfare payments received by pensioners.
Is the government-funded set-top box really new? The 2011/12 Federal Budget delivered continued funding for the Household Assistance Scheme to provide eligible pensioners with a free set-top box. As this is already in operation, it seems strange that the announcement provoked such political backlash. The Household ...
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