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  • Taxi driver compensation for Uber is unfair and poorly implemented

    Taxi driver compensation for Uber is unfair and poorly implemented

    In all states that have legalised the ride-sharing app Uber, the response has been to offer compensation to taxi drivers. This is a typical move by governments that are liberalising long-standing, regulated monopolies. But the amount of compensation is far from fair and the process has been poorly implemented. Victoria is the latest of the states andRead more →

  • MoneyMinded-A free financial skills workshop series

    MoneyMinded-A free financial skills workshop series

    MoneyMinded helps you control your money, instead of your money controlling you. This free workshop series will build your financial knowledge and skills in areas including: budgeting goal setting dealing with debt planning for your future, and  your rights and responsibilities.   Are you from an asylum seeker, refugee or migrant background and want toRead more →

  • Maribyrnong City Council lives up to its promise

    Maribyrnong City Council lives up to its promise

    The Maribyrnong City Council has delivered on its promise to help get rid of the GRAFFITI around the Footscray shopping precinct.  AASBA has clearly noticed these uplifting improvements to the ambiance of the business precinct and the suburb in general. Indeed, it is very welcome that AASBA’S own office at 21a Byron Street was included inRead more →

  • Tim Watts MP attends Iftar dinner with local African traders and African community representatives

    Tim Watts MP attends Iftar dinner with local African traders and African community representatives

    Iftar (Break Fast) dinners held during the fasting month of Ramadan, are great opportunities for Muslims to extend open arms to non-Muslim friends and colleagues, who often gain a new level of understanding of the spirituality and discipline of Muslim daily life. Moreover, the sharing of food is a very good way to transcend culturalRead more →

  • Payroll Tax Changes Announced

    Payroll Tax Changes Announced

    The Victorian Budget 2016/17 announced on 26 April included an important measure, raising the payroll tax threshold from $550,000 to $650,000 by 1 July 2019. More than 36,000 small businesses are expected to immediately benefit from this tax relief and once the measures are fully implemented, around 2,800 businesses will no longer pay payroll tax at all.Read more →

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