As part of its commitment to the retail industry, the Gillard Government will establish the Retail Council of Australia to advise the Government on the future of the sector, Assistant Treasurer Bil
Today the Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation released the Government's response to the report by the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services on the c
It was a privilege to serve as Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation in the Gillard Labor Government.
Labor is determined to ensure Australians who work hard their entire lives don't retire poor.
The passage of four Bills through the Senate last night marks the completion of Labor's ambitious superannuation reform agenda.
Millions of hard-working Australians will benefit from the Gillard Government's superannuation reforms, with new analysis showing the gains for workers across each industry.
The Gillard Government has welcomed the passage of legislation today that will reduce complexity and provide certainty for insurers and consumers alike.
The Gillard Labor Government will today introduce legislation which allows individuals to withdraw any excess concessional contributions made from 1 July 2013 from their superannuation fund without
Not so long ago in this nation's history, superannuation was just an idea.
Minister for Superannuation Bill Shorten has urged those interested in the future of super to have their say by making a submission or attending a public forum on Australia's first Super Charter.
Arrangements for the trans-Tasman retirement savings portability scheme have been finalised today, with regulations to implement the scheme registered and diplomatic notes exchanged between the
Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation Bill Shorten today welcomed the passage of legislation through the House of Representatives which will allow older Australians to put more into
Flood victims in Queensland will be hit with even higher insurance premiums under a Budget measure announced by the Newman Government today.
The Minister for Superannuation Bill Shorten has welcomed news that superannuation funds are on track to post their best performance in 16 years.
Every Australian worker with superannuation will have their retirement savings cut by Tony Abbott.
The Gillard Government today introduced legislation which will allow older Australians to put more into their superannuation.
Some of Australia's most vulnerable workers—most of them women—will enjoy greater workplace protections under an extension of the Gillard Government's Fair Entitlements Guarantee.
Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations Bill Shorten today announced additional funding for the Queensland Working Women's Service (QWWS).
More than 700 Australians with intellectual disability can get more help to find and keep a job in open employment with an extra $5.5 million from the Australian Government.