Tagged With Josh Frydenberg

A company gave back $1.7 million in JobKeeper payments after a spike in sales – but the treasurer says other businesses don't need to do the same

Australian workers will be stuck with one super fund for life under new reforms — and it could do more harm than good

These are the winners and losers in the most important Federal Budget since World War II - and what key stakeholders make of the divide

The Australian government has announced it will wind back responsible lending laws, making it easier to access credit

The federal government is trying to overhaul bankruptcy laws as 240,000 small businesses face collapse

Victoria could have more people on JobKeeper than the rest of Australia combined, as the state government considers extending the stage 4 lockdown

The ATO has started a 'pilot' program to claw back ineligible super withdrawals, and find out how widely the rules were broken

Australian demand for early super access has outstripped the government's original estimates, with 5 months still left to run

Australian unemployment will soar to 9.25%, the government forecasts, as the country grapples with the coronavirus crisis

JobKeeper and JobSeeker are set to be overhauled under the government's second wave of support measures. Here's what's coming.

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says the real unemployment rate is 13.3% — nearly twice the official figure

Australians are raiding their super at a rate of $1 billion a day as the new financial year kicks off

Australians could be getting fast-tracked tax cuts and new income support, as the government looks to wind back JobKeeper

The IMF fact-checked Josh Frydenberg, after the treasurer claimed its grim forecasts didn't take the government's wage subsidy into account

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg warns there will be a significant 'debt burden' due to the coronavirus, but says there are no plans to raise GST

The RBA will almost certainly be forced to cut interest rates on Tuesday to fight the coronavirus outbreak – but it might not change a thing

The ASX is suffering its worst day of the year amid the threat of the coronavirus crisis and negative economic growth

As wages, jobs and economic growth sink, the government has been forced to cut its promised surplus almost in half

The Australian government has revealed how it plans to crack down on Facebook and Google. Here's what it has in store.

Scott Morrison slammed the banking royal commission as a 'populist whinge' – now he's ordering his own inquiry into the big four banks