Hopefully employers could put the money back into other types of benefits like more paid leave for non-primary carers, emergency childcare costs for a certain number of days, or other benefits entirely.
Isn't Abbott proposing to reduce the company tax rate for all companies by 1.5% so actually the big companies just won't get that cut and won't be paying any more than they currently are? So no excuse to pass on any costs to consumers.
Of course this double dipping is just one aspect of the wasteful spending of the KRUDD/Gillard government.
There are winners and losers in every policy. It cant possibly benefit everyone. But the aim is to make the majority better off. I think this achieves that. I wouldnt qualify for it at all. Should i start whining "what about me???" Lol
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