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Tasmanian senator Jacqui Lambie speaks up against family tax benefit changes – The Mercury - March 23, 2017

The Mercury Tasmanian senator Jacqui Lambie speaks up against family tax benefit changes The Mercury She paid tribute to former Labor senator Nick Sherry who helped her get access to her superannuation to save her from bankruptcy. “That is what my life was like for seven years,” she said. Senato.

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Peabody’s adversary creditors to appeal bankruptcy exit approval – Reuters - March 23, 2017

Reuters Peabody's adversary creditors to appeal bankruptcy exit approval Reuters U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Barry Schermer in St. Louis approved last week a plan by Peabody, which has valuable coal assets both in the United States and Australia, to emerge from bankruptcy in early April with about $2.

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Tasmanian senator Jacqui Lambie speaks up against family tax benefit changes – Gold Coast Bulletin - March 23, 2017

Gold Coast Bulletin Tasmanian senator Jacqui Lambie speaks up against family tax benefit changes Gold Coast Bulletin She paid tribute to former Labor senator Nick Sherry who helped her get access to her superannuation to save her from bankruptcy. “That is what my life was like for seven years,” .

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Fund ATO to crackdown on SG non-payment: ASFA | Super Review – Super Review - March 23, 2017

Super Review Fund ATO to crackdown on SG non-payment: ASFA | Super Review Super Review ASFA has called for the Federal Government to fund the ATO an additional $10 million a year over four years to detect employers failing to pay SG. and more ».

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Fund ATO to crackdown on SG non-payment: ASFA – Super Review - March 23, 2017

Super Review Fund ATO to crackdown on SG non-payment: ASFA Super Review ASFA also urged the Government to improve SG payment outcomes in cases of insolvency and bankruptcy. ATO figures showed about 50 per cent of super debts related to insolvency, while Australian Securities and Investments Commissi.

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Top five regions where Australian businesses are at most risk of failure revealed: There’s bad news for food … – SmartCompany.com.au - March 23, 2017

Top five regions where Australian businesses are at most risk of failure revealed: There's bad news for food ... SmartCompany.com.au ... and the Gold Coast have the highest percentage risk of failure within the next 12 months, while companies in the accommodation and food services sectors are m.

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