Government passes legislation through the senate to allow Australians to choose their superannuation fund
Legislation giving Australians the power to choose their own superannuation fund, instead of being forced into a fund because of enterprise bargaining agreements, today passed the Senate.
This week the ATO will begin sending notices to Australian employers reminding them of the upcoming deadline for the super guarantee amnesty.
Australians will be able to unleash the power of their own data to compare and switch banking products as the Morrison Government officially launches the Consumer Data Right today.
Today, the Morrison Government has confirmed it will deliver on an election promise to improve the flexibility of the superannuation system for older Australians, ensuring that more Australians can
The Morrison Government has today passed legislation through the Parliament to provide additional time for existing financial advisers to meet the qualification and examination requirements set by
The Morrison Government is making it easier for fintech businesses to trial new products by today finalising regulations that will establish an enhanced regulatory sandbox.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is today launching the Consumer Data Right Register and Accreditation Application Platform (RAAP) to allow banks and fintech businesses to
Today the Morrison Government has announced plans to defer the introduction of the Retirement Income Covenant, previously scheduled to commence on 1 July 2020.
The Morrison Government welcomes the first release of data by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) relating to savings released to Australians, under the expanded provisions for ea
The Morrison Government welcomes the release of new guidelines by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) for the early release of superannuation for Australians financially impacted
Senator the Hon Jane Hume, Assistant Minister for Superannuation, Financial Services and Financial Technology, welcomes the temporary relief measures announced today by ASIC to assist financial adv
The Morrison Government is acting on its election promise to give Australians greater flexibility to contribute to superannuation as they approach retirement.
Today, the Parliament passed legislation to reunite Australians with superannuation they are owed but have not been paid.
The Morrison Government continues to implement its economic plan with the passage of six separate pieces of legislation through the Parliament to support bushfire affected communities and to bett
Australian consumers and the booming fintech ecosystem will benefit from laws passed by the Parliament last night to create a fintech regulatory sandbox.
The Morrison Government will build on its record of protecting and reuniting Australians with their lost and forgotten super with legislation to facilitate the exit of eligible rollover funds (ERFs
The Assistant Minister for Superannuation, Financial Services and Financial Technology, Senator the Hon Jane Hume, today announced that she has appointed Mr Will Hamilton as a part-time Director to
The Morrison Government is continuing to put the interests of superannuation consumers first by today taking the first step towards establishing a consumer advocacy body for superannuation.
Taking action on the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Royal Commission - Recommendation 2.4: Grandfathered commissions
Consumers will benefit from lower fees following the removal of conflicted remuneration for financial advice after the Coalition Government passed new laws through the Parliament yesterday, ending