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Peter Dutton

Minister for Revenue and the Assistant Treasurer

27 January 2006 - 3 December 2007

2007 Media Releases

2006 | 2007

131 17/10/2007 Deductibility of Gifts to AE2 Commemorative Foundation
130 17/10/2007 The Australian Government Recognises Accounting Professional Standards Schemes
129 17/10/2007 Extension of Deductibility of Gifts to Dunn and Lewis Youth Development Foundation Limited
128 16/10/2007 Changes to Market Value Substitution Rule for Widely Held Entities
127 16/10/2007 Tax Consolidation Rules Following CGT Rollovers
126 16/10/2007 Deductibility of Gifts to Three Entities
125 14/10/2007 GST Relief for Charities
124 12/10/2007 Improving the Integrity of the Tax Consolidation Regime
123 04/10/2007 The Australian Valuers Institute Professional Standards Scheme
122 02/10/2007 Australia-Bermuda Tax Information Exchange Agreement Comes Into Force
121 02/10/2007 Superannuation Guarantee Compliance Made Simpler for Small Business
120 28/09/2007 Labor Shambles on Super Tax Policy
119 28/09/2007 A Vague Promise From Labor on Super
118 20/09/2007 Consultation on Exemptions for Direct Offshore Foreign Insurers
117 20/09/2007 Taxation of Financial Arrangements (TOFA)
116 14/09/2007 Deductibility of Gifts to the Amy Gillett Foundation
115 13/09/2007 Continuing to Improve Australia's Tax System
114 12/09/2007 Thin Capitalisation: Application of Accounting Standards
113 11/09/2007 Tax Deductibility of Gifts to The Spirit of Australia Foundation
112 11/09/2007 Extension of Tax Deductibility of Gifts to the Xanana Vocational Education Trust
111 11/09/2007 Australians With Terminal Illness Will Be Able To Draw Super Tax Free
110 11/09/2007 Deductibility of Gifts to World Youth Day 2008 Trust
109 11/09/2007 Review of Income Tax Exemption for Structured Settlements Payments
108 10/09/2007 Deductibility of Gifts to Memorial(s) Development Committee
107 06/09/2007 When it Comes to Understanding Money, Practice Makes Perfect
106 05/09/2007 Liability Insurance Continues to be Affordable
105 04/09/2007 Labor's defence super 'remedy' just a scare campaign in Defence community
104 23/08/2007 Regulations for Private Rulings Requiring Valuations
103 22/08/2007 Review of unlimited amendment periods in the income tax laws
102 17/08/2007 Deductibility of Gifts to Australia for UNHCR
101 16/08/2007 Report by the Inspector-General of Taxation
100 16/08/2007 Continuing to Improve Australia's Tax System
099 16/08/2007 Government Provides Tax boost for Investment in Infrastructure
098 10/08/2007 Deductibility of Gifts to the Council for Jewish Community Security
097 08/08/2007 Sherry slippery on Super
096 07/08/2007 Labor to Force Small Businesses to Use Union Super Funds
095 07/08/2007 Deductibility of Gifts to the State and Territory Associations of Kidsafe
094 07/08/2007 Deductibility of Gifts to the Bathurst War Memorial Carillon Public Fund Trust
093 02/08/2007 NSW Super Failure: Another Sign Rudd Labor Would Wreck Australia's Economy
092 25/07/2007 Extension of Tax Deductibility of Gifts to the Shrine of Remembrance Restoration and Development Trust
091 23/07/2007 $745 Million In Super Co-Contribution Payments Go Straight To Victorian Workers
090 23/07/2007 $245 Million In Super Co-Contribution Payments Go Straight To WA Workers
089 23/07/2007 $104 Million In Super Co-Contribution Payments Go Straight To Tasmanian Workers
088 23/07/2007 $260 Million In Super Co-Contribution Payments Go Straight To SA Workers
087 23/07/2007 $785 Million In Super Co-Contribution Payments Go Straight To Queensland Workers
086 23/07/2007 $24 Million In Super Co-Contribution Payments Go Straight To Territory Workers
085 23/07/2007 $840 Million In Super Co-Contribution Payments Go Straight To NSW Workers
084 23/07/2007 $75 Million In Super Co-Contribution Payments Go Straight To ACT Workers
083 23/07/2007 $3 Billion In Super Co-Contribution Payments Go Straight To Australian Workers
082 04/07/2007 Tax Agent Services Exposure Draft Legislation - Extension to Deadline for Submissions
081 04/07/2007 Tax Agent Services Exposure Draft Legislation – Extension to Deadline for Submissions
080 02/07/2007 Rudd, State Governments and Unions the Real Hurdles to Housing Affordability
079 29/06/2007 Benefits for Small Business take effect from 1 July 2007
078 29/06/2007 Government Releases 2007-08 Financial Sector Levy Rates
077 28/06/2007 Superannuation Assets Reach $1.1 Trillion
076 26/06/2007 Review of Discretions in the Income Tax Law
075 26/06/2007 Broader Range of Personal Aquatic Survival Skills Courses to be GST Free
074 26/06/2007 Taxation of Rights Issues
073 21/06/2007 Strengthening Consumer Protection in Insurance
072 21/06/2007 Streamlining and Simplifying Prudential Regulation
071 21/06/2007 Further Improvements to the Tax System
070 13/06/2007 Tax Laws to Help Small Business Passes Through Parliament
069 08/06/2007 Capital Gains Tax (CGT) Roll Over On The Ending Of A Statutory Licence
068 01/06/2007 Tax Office helping business prepare for better super
067 28/05/2007 Beattie and Bligh should cut taxes across the board
066 22/05/2007 Investment In Instalment Warrants By Superannuation Funds
065 20/05/2007 Bligh/Beattie Labor Budget Should Cut Property Taxes
064 17/05/2007 Financial assistance to WA super fund
063 16/05/2007 Tax Office to provide tax file numbers to super funds
062 16/05/2007 Job losses at Tarong mines a clear example of Labor mismanagement
061 11/05/2007 Release of the draft Financial Sector Legislation Amendment (Simplifying Regulation and Review) Bill 2007
060 10/05/2007 More Bureaucracy, More Confusion and More Union Interference for Small Business on Super
059 10/05/2007 Review of Tax Office's Management of Complex Issues Case Study on Living Away from Home Allowances
058 10/05/2007 Making the tax law easier for small business
057 10/05/2007 Government Introduces Budget Tax Law Changes
056 10/05/2007 Further Improvements to the Tax System
055 08/05/2007 Tax Office Debt Collection Enhancement Reducing Taxation Debt and Outstanding Superannuation Guarantee Charge Payments
054 08/05/2007 Government Leads the Way in Building Understanding of Money
053 08/05/2007 Funding Financial Market Experts For The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority
052 08/05/2007 Trading of Forestry Managed Investment Scheme Interests
051 08/05/2007 Finance Leasing Tax Rules to Remain Unchanged
050 08/05/2007 Improving the Income Tax Law for Consolidated Groups
049 08/05/2007 Improvements to Petroleum Resource Rent Tax
048 08/05/2007 Company Loss Recoupment Rules
047 08/05/2007 Increase in the Medicare Levy Low-Income Thresholds
046 08/05/2007 Extending Small Superannuation Fund Capital Gains Tax (CGT) Roll-Over on Marriage Breakdown
045 08/05/2007 Excise Reducing Compliance Costs for Businesses
044 07/05/2007 Tax Agent Services Release of Exposure Draft Legislation
043 04/05/2007 Deductibility of Gifts to the Social Ventures Australia
042 03/05/2007 Enhancing the Integrity of Insurance in Australia
041 26/04/2007 Australian Government Recognises Engineers Australia (NSW) Professional Standards Scheme
040 30/04/2007 Deductibility of Gifts to the Australian Peacekeeping Memorial Project Inc
039 27/04/2007 Labor Wants To Raid Your Future Savings
038 24/04/2007 The Inspector-General of Taxation's review of Tax Office's Management of Complex Issues - Case Study on Service Entity Arrangements
037 24/04/2007 Simplified Superannuation Transitional Integrity Measure
036 12/04/2007 Tax Help for Primary Producers
035 12/04/2007 Medical Indemnity Premiums Fall Again
034 11/04/2007 Labor Must Act to Cut Property Taxes in Queensland
033 10/04/2007 Labor Scaremongering on Superannuation Benefits for Defence Force Personnel
032 05/04/2007 Families of Defence and Police Personnel Given More Support Through New Superannuation Death Benefit Arrangements
031 04/04/2007 Tax Changes to Enhance International Competitiveness of Australian Property Trusts
030 03/04/2007 Simplified Superannuation New Simplified Minimum Pension Standards and Portability Arrangements
029 30/03/2007 Capital Gains Tax - Improved Concessions for Small Business
028 27/03/2007 Government to Make Further Improvements to the Tax System
027 27/03/2007 Labor Should Put Up Or Shut Up On MIS
026 27/03/2007 Board of Taxation to Consult on Opportunities to Apply Consistent Self Assessment Principles Across All Taxes
025 27/03/2007 Transition Arrangements for Agribusiness Managed Investment Schemes Welcome
024 18/03/2007 Rudd and Swan Remain 'Super' Complacent
023 15/03/2007 Swan and Rudd Squib on Super Tax - Again
022 14/03/2007 Understanding Money Website a Good Investment
021 13/03/2007 Labor in Three-Minds Shambles Over Mis
020 13/03/2007 Australians Dont Tolerate Tax Evasion
019 12/03/2007 Draft Amendments to the Corporations Regulations 2001 to Support the Simplified Superannuation Reforms
018b 09/03/2007 Rudd Cant Say No to Unions on Super Tax
018a 08/03/2007 Unions Still Pulling the Strings for Rudd
018 02/03/2007 Australia-Netherlands Antilles Sign Tax Information Exchange Agreement
017 01/03/2007 799,156 Australians share in Super Bonanza
016a 28/02/2007 Tax Office Consultation on Agribusiness Managed Investment Schemes
016 28/02/2007 Labor caught out walking both sides of the street on Managed Investment Schemes
015 27/02/2007 Super Day - Simplified Superannuation Passes the Senate
014 27/02/2007 Simplified Superannuation - Exposure of additional draft regulations and draft Standard Portability Form
013 20/02/2007 Rudd Squibs on Property Tax
012 19/02/2007 Beattie Government to Drive Up Insurance Costs for Small Business and Community Groups
011 14/02/2007 Amendments to the Capital Gains Tax Scrip for Scrip Roll‑Over
010 14/02/2007 Simplified Super Changes Pass the House - Now Labor Must Pass Them Through the Senate
009 08/02/2007 Bowens Backflip on Tax Law Changes
008 07/02/2007 Simplified Superannuation — Consequential Amendments Introduced to Parliament and Transitional Arrangements
007 06/02/2007 Non-Forestry Managed Investment Schemes
006 01/02/2007 Australia-Antigua and Barbuda Sign Tax Information Exchange Agreement
005 21/01/2007 Time for Labor Governments to Cut Property Taxes
004 17/01/2007 Labors Reckless Maternity Plan Would Cripple Small Business
003 15/01/2007 Providing Increased Certainty on Taxpayer Privacy
002 10/01/2007 QLD Economic Growth Continues Despite Beattie's Mismanagement
001 03/01/2007 Taxation of Financial Arrangements (TOFA) Stages 3 and 4: Release of Revised Exposure Draft Legislation and Explanatory Material