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News, insights and resources as they unfold.
Stay up-to-date with the issues affecting super.
11 May 2023
Stay up-to-date on the current status of superannuation Bills currently before Parliament.
ATO budget briefing pack, data FAQs, DB schemes, dispute data, and more
09 May 2023
The Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST) has welcomed the initiatives in the Federal Budget aimed at improving the wellbeing of Australians, particularly those on low incomes.
The Federal 2023-24 Federal Budget has three announcements specifically in relation to superannuation.
05 May 2023
AIST supports the amendments that move information currently contained within the SIS Regulations to the Corporations Regulations.
AIST raises concerns about the proposed changes to the regulations dealing with the annual report (as distinct from the annual financial report) and annual member meeting notice requirements.
04 May 2023
payday super, updated choice form, DDO compliance, breach reporting, and more
02 May 2023
The Federal Government has announced that employers will be required to pay super on payday from 1 July 2026.
The Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST) today welcomed the Federal Government’s announcement that from 1 July 2026 employers will be required to pay superannuation at the same time as wages.
AIST welcomes the Government's review of the performance proposals to extent the time horizon of performance testing t 10 years, and its extension to some Choice products. AIST makes recommendations to improve some investment benchmarks, and the letters sent about products failing the test.