Latest superannuation News

Review to strengthen super
FSC welcomes review into Your Future, Your Super
APRA strengthens transparency on remuneration and bank disclosures
NSW road workers to strike for first time in decades
ASIC releases guidance for superannuation calculators and retirement estimates
Construction business penalised
Super increase for hardworking Australians
Better Deal For Drivers, And Billions For Victorian Future Fund
Unions continue to improve superannuation on its 30-year anniversary
Boost for Australia’s workers as super celebrates 30 years
APRA consults on its review of amendments to Superannuation Guarantee Act 1992
Cleaning business operators in court 30 June
Electrical services business in court 30 June
12% super guarantee by 2025 – small increases equal big benefits
Super rise is on horizon
Don’t overlook July 1 changes
ASIC disqualifies construction industry director for five years
ASIC disqualifies former restaurant director for four years
Government Payments Program and Department of Veterans’ Affairs
Super threshold removed from some awards
Renovate or invest? Home equity just got interesting
Increased support for households to pay local council rates
New Award Rates & Allowances from 1 July 2022
Landmark investment for Cbus: Australia’s first offshore wind project
Sydney recycled timber business in court
Souvlaki restaurant operators in court
Gold Coast telecommunications company in court
Policy and Advocacy update
Qantas payment only ‘thank you’ if unconditional and paid to all workers including illegally sacked: unions
ASIC warns super trustees to be transparent in their underperformance communications to members
Salon operator penalised
Qantas Group announces $5,000 boost for employees
Almost third of employing businesses unable to find suitable staff: Australia
House prices drove household wealth 1.2% higher in March quarter: Australia
NDIS pricing boosted to support participants
Is your insurance company watching you online and is it legal?
Squirrel Super to pay $55,000 penalty for false and misleading marketing
Former Queensland financial adviser convicted for breaching ASIC banning order
$204,000 penalties for Brisbane fast food operators
Ashurst advises Swyftx on A$1.5 billion merger with Superhero
Reminder that super contributions are increasing
Former horseriding recreation centre in court
NSW distribution business faces court
Get set for minimum wage increase
Global challenges reflected in March quarter GDP
Dye & Durham’s proposed acquisition of Link raises preliminary competition concerns
Allianz and AWP plead guilty to charges for making false statements about travel insurance
$7.9 billion wage hike will hurt small business