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Why is Superannuation compulsory in Australia?

In 1992, the government made superannuation compulsory to ensure that every working Australian saved for their retirement. The policy aimed to address the challenge of retirement income in three ways.

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Employer Newsreel Video Series – October 2019

In this update, we’re joined by Ben Kearney, CEO of the Australian Lottery & Newsagents Association (ALNA). Ben talks to us about ALNA’s role, and what it takes to be a successful newsagent in the digital age.

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What is the spouse super tax offset concept

What is the spouse super tax offset?

Government legislation allows your spouse to make spouse superannuation contributions for you if you earn up to $40,000, and claim a tax offset. If you earn below $37,000, your spouse can claim the maximum tax offset of $540 when they contribute at least $3,000 to your super. Find out more.

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Superannuation Rates and Thresholds for 2019 – 2020

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has released the key superannuation rates and thresholds for the 2019 – 2020 financial year.

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Top 6 Newsagency Marketing Tips for Newsagents

To stand out in this crowded and competitive industry, newsagencies need to create awareness around their current product and service offerings with potential customers. Here are a few newsagency marketing tips.

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Employer Newsreel Video Series – Single Touch Payroll

Welcome to the first ‘Small Business Super Business’ Newsreel by the Nationwide Super team. In this August 2019 update, we cover the key details of the government’s new Single Touch Payroll scheme that is now effective for businesses of any size in Australia.

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