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The Government has declared that it is unacceptable for people to not be paid their superannuation entitlements, releasing further superannuation reforms aimed at making employers meet their super obligations to their workers.
The draft laws, announced by the minister for Revenue and Financial Services, Kelly O’Dwyer, last week, extend single touch payroll to all employers from 1 July, 2019. The Government hoped that this would improve reporting of super obligations.
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