Labor to change to cash refunds policy to protect pensioners’ rights and pay

Labor to change to cash refunds policy to protect pensioners’ rights and pay Updated The Australian Government has committed to give everyone who had their pension wiped out a small cash sum, but has revealed it will change its cash refund policy as pensioners become increasingly worried about losing their pension. In a statement to the ABC, the Government announced it would change its policy to give an amount of cash equal to the value of the excess value to every Australian pensioner with outstanding debts of $10,000 or more. fundas huawei p8 lite 2017 The Government says this will help to prevent the issue of future repayments becoming unmanageable, and to help people ensure their pension entitlements are not deflated by a change in the cash value of their payments.바카라 This announcement follows a series of reports that the Governmen카지노 사이트t was not doing enough to protect Australians who lost their money due to an error in its cash and value compensation program. coque iphone 8 At the time of its announcement today, the Government said the change would be made우리카지노 in 2016, adding to plans to phase out debt and income payments by next year. fundas huawei p9 The decision comes following a major push from advocacy groups. fundas samsung galaxy a40 “It’s a big step forward,” Queensland Labor MP Shane Rattenbury said. fundas samsung galaxy s9 plus “We need to make it right, it’s a massive step forward.” Citizens Advice Queensland’s Sarah King said in a statement the Government had made a “huge mistake” and would regret having to make it, but it made a good public policy decision. “I think that it’s a very positive development that this Government has committed to make a cash refund for those people who’ve lost their pension and has done exactly that as a matter of course,” she said.

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