Income

All pensions and allowances must provide for a modest standard of living. Pensions and allowances must ensure that income support recipients with little or no private income can cover the cost of essential goods and services. 

There should be an equitable and adequate retirement income strategy to cater for the many people for whom superannuation will not provide sufficient income for a modest retirement.

Read CPSA's full income policy here


FSC and CBUS: The super dupers

Retail superannuation funds lobbying for more competition among super funds?

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Pension age to 70: where are the jobs?

Cast your mind back to May 2014 and the Liberal/National Government's first Budget since coming into office.

Read more: Pension age to 70: where are the jobs?

Robo Debt here to stay

Centrelink expects to recoup just under $1 billion over three years from Age Pensioners through Robo Debt.

Read more: Robo Debt here to stay

Budget 2017: clarifications

Following the 2017-18 Federal Budget, CPSA had a few niggly details to iron out with Centrelink. 

Read more: Budget 2017: clarifications

Fire and Emergency Services Levy not going ahead

The Fire and Emergency Services Levy (FESL) was to commence on 1 July 2017.

Read more: Fire and Emergency Services Levy not going ahead

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