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Bill Shorten

Minister for Financial Services & Superannuation

14 September 2010 - 1 July 2013

2013 Media Releases

2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013

055 01/07/2013 Media Statement
054 30/06/2013 8.4 million Australians to receive more Super from 1 July
053 25/06/2013 Super bills pass Parliament and mark completion of reform agendas
052 23/06/2013 New analysis shows benefits of Gillard Government's superannuation reforms
051 20/06/2013 Less red tape for insurers, better protection for consumers
050 19/06/2013 Fairer Taxation of Excess Concessional Contributions
049 18/06/2013 Super Charter consultations close Friday
048 02/06/2013 Super Charter consultations commence
047 31/05/2013 Trans-Tasman super portability
046 29/05/2013 Gillard Government helps older Australians put more into their super
045 29/05/2013 More super for more Australians
044 27/05/2013 LNP hit Qld flood victims in Budget
043 21/05/2013 Positive outlook in super will make Liberal cuts even more damaging
042 16/05/2013 Abbott cuts super to the bone
041 15/05/2013 Older Australians will be allowed to put more into their super
040 14/05/2013 Better support to help more Australians enter the workforce
039 14/05/2013 $47.2 million to support vulnerable workers
038 14/05/2013 $19.2 million to help more Australians find work and regional businesses find apprentices
037 14/05/2013 An extra $10.5 million to help protect Australians from asbestos
036 14/05/2013 Helping more Australians with intellectual disability find work
035 14/05/2013 Supporting the Queensland Working Women's Service
034 14/05/2013 Better protections for vulnerable clothing industry workers
033 09/05/2013 Next Steps: Charter of Superannuation
032 08/05/2013 Launch of Australian Government Bonds
031 07/05/2013 Government to legislate important super adequacy measures
030 01/05/2013 Super funds to disclose dollar value of fees
029 29/04/2013 Government approval of variations to the APX
028 26/04/2013 Comprehensive response to combating superannuation investment fraud
027 22/04/2013 Occupations hit hardest by Abbott super cut
026 12/04/2013 Visit to Toronto and Montreal
025 10/04/2013 Government's approval of the FEX financial market and the LCH clearing and settlement arrangement
024 08/04/2013 Visit to Beijing and Shanghai
023 05/04/2013 Moving towards a comprehensive National Injury Insurance Scheme
022 05/04/2013 Council of Superannuation Custodians - Charter of Superannuation Adequacy and Sustainability
021 05/04/2013 Tax Treatment of Earnings on Superannuation Assets Supporting Income Streams
020 05/04/2013 Reforms to make the superannuation system fairer
019 04/04/2013 Minister releases draft IMR legislation for consultation
018 03/04/2013 Sixth Super Roundtable
017 28/03/2013 Minimum wage increases must balance needs of low paid and national economy
016 28/03/2013 Liberals cannot be trusted on superannuation
015 23/03/2013 Calls for safety following devastating NE Victorian storms
014 20/03/2013 Reduction in unnecessary superannuation accounts will boost retirement saving
013 20/03/2013 Consumers benefit as Government enshrines the terms 'financial adviser' and 'financial planner'
012 20/03/2013 Retail Corporate Bonds Legislation
011 27/02/2013 Better Access to Financial Advice
010 26/02/2013 SuperSeeker Upgrade Makes it Easier to Consolidate Super
009 25/02/2013 Floods and Storms: Your Safety and Your Rights
008 14/02/2013 First MySuper Delivers Lower Fees For Members
007 13/02/2013 ASIC Consults on Reforms to Regulation of the Debentures Sector
006 12/02/2013 Hockey Again Caught On 12% Superannuation
005 12/02/2013 Statement: MPs Will Pay Increased Superannuation Taxes
004 08/02/2013 Coalition Backflip on 12% Superannuation
003 05/02/2013 Tony Abbott Must Confirm His Intention to Slug Low Income Earners with a Tax Hike
002 31/01/2013 Abbott confirms 3.6 million low paid Australians would see their taxes rise
001 29/01/2013 Government Acts to Ensure Tax Certainty for Deceased Estates - Release of Draft Regulation