taxpayers

Powerful lobbyists' efforts seldom directed at helping the battlers

In the lead-up to the May budget, the federal government and news outlets are flooded by wish-lists. This week, a spate of proposals came from the Institute of Chartered Accountants for... Read more

Daryl Dixon, 10 February 2014, The Canberra Times

Bank deadlines throw up super hurdles

Who receives the interest accruing on this money ...? Falling on a Sunday, the end of the 2012-13 tax year complicated life for small business people and other unsupported taxpayers wanting... Read more

Daryl Dixon, 21 July 2013, The Canberra Times

Forced super payments absurd

With few exceptions, private sector employers have responded quickly to federal super legislation changes by giving their employees the flexibility to avoid the penalty tax provisions and... Read more

Daryl Dixon, 7 July 2013, The Australian (subscription required)

Time pollies joined the rest

Eight months after its May budget announcement, the federal government and the Australian Taxation Office have given no details of how the new 15 per cent surcharge on super contributions... Read more

Daryl Dixon, 9 February 2013, The Australian (subscription required)

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Daryl and Nerida’s ABC Nightlife dates for 2017

Daryl Dixon and Nerida Cole will once again appear on ABC Nightlife Radio throughout 2017 accompanied by new show host Philip Clark.

Tune into the program on Tuesdays 10.00pm on the following dates to hear Daryl and Nerida discuss the latest topics in super and the economy:

  • Tuesday 19 December 2017

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