Simplify Day Bill introduced to State Parliament on 15 November 2016 to reduce red tape for South Australian businesses and future regulatory reform initiatives announced.
On Tuesday 14 June 2016, the Department of Treasury and Finance launched the Gender Equality in Leadership (GEiL) strategy.The GEiL strategy is aimed at achieving a 50/50 gender split in leadership positions in DTF from ASO7 and above by 2020.
The Minister for Business Services and Consumers introduces Bill to reduce red-tape for South Australian Charities that are registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission Act 2012.
The Premier of South Australia, Hon Jay Weatherill MP, proposed a national tax reform. The proposal seeks to provide a more sustainable revenue base into the future to fund the growing cost of the State’s health and education responsibilities.
The Department of Treasury and Finance 2014-15 Annual Report has now been tabled in Parliament and is available.
We are serious about attracting business to South Australia and reducing costs to allow businesses to thrive and create jobs.
The State Government’s major tax reform package will see almost $670 million in tax reductions provided over the next four years to businesses and the community.
The MYBR shows the State Government continuing to forecast a return to surplus in 2015-16 of $355 million while bringing forward tax cuts for businesses and delivering new initiatives over the forward estimates to accelerate our economic plan by encouraging investment, growing the economy and creating jobs
The Emergency Services Levy is a levy on all real estate and some vehicles for funding emergency services across South Australia so they can continue to save lives and property.
The State Government is investigating opportunities to convert the State Government motor vehicle fleet to low or zero emission vehicles
The State Government has announced that a list of four well-known and established insurers will provide Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance from 1 July 2016, as part of the transition to a fully competitive CTP market.
The State Government announced a range of measures to address cost of living pressures – including deregulating the electricity market, lowering water prices and making car registration cheaper.