I am honoured to have the opportunity to make a further contribution to the Howard Government following my appointment by the Prime Minister to Cabinet in the newly-created portfolio of Minister fo
Labor’s plan to phase out the contributions tax for people earning $40,000 - $100,000 a year will introduce massive complexity and extra costs for the superannuation industry, Assistant Treas
Labor is proposing to give working Australians less choice in how they manage their superannuation, Assistant Treasurer Mal Brough said today.
Retirees will have access to more flexible income stream choices and be able to better manage their financial needs under new superannuation rules to begin on 1 January, 2006.
The Howard Government today released draft legislation containing proposals for the tax-timing treatment of financial arrangements.
Assistant Treasurer Mal Brough today released a Treasury discussion paper on the regulation of discretionary mutual funds (DMFs) and direct offshore foreign insurers (DOFIs).
Labor's Revenue Spokesman must have been asleep when the Inspector-General of Taxation released his report into the ATO's Small Business Debt Collection Practices, Federal Assistant Treasurer Mal B
Dealings with the Australian Tax Office will be easier and more certain for taxpayers under Howard Government changes to the self-assessment system which have now passed the Senate.
A range of measures to simplify and further improve the tax system have passed the Australian Parliament.
About 640,000 Australian families will benefit after the child care tax rebate passed the Senate last night.
Australians will for the first time have the option of splitting superannuation contributions with their spouse after the Howard Government initiative passed the Senate last night.
The Howard Government today proceeded in the Senate with the loss recoupment rule provisions.
Assistant Treasurer Mal Brough today moved to ensure parents who work less than 15 hours a week will continue to have access to the child care tax rebate.
Assistant Treasurer Mal Brough today announced changes to further improve the tax treatment of consolidating companies.
Apprentice builders will for the first time be taught how to budget and save for retirement as part of their trade training, Assistant Treasurer Mal Brough announced today.
The Australian Government is to consider possible changes to further improve the availability and affordability of medical indemnity insurance for health care professionals.
Kim Beazley's move to steal the retirement savings of Australians to pay for his pet infrastructure projects represents a real risk to retirement funds, Federal Assistant Treasurer Mal Brough said
The Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer, Mal Brough, today announced that regulations have been made to further refine the meaning of interdependency relationship for the purposes of super
The Government today introduced legislation which represents the major milestone in the implementation of the Government's Review of Aspects of Income Tax Self Assessment.
The Government announced today that it will provide additional funding to Centrelink to improve service delivery for the Child Care Tax Rebate.