Aged-care providers to face inquiry over alleged tax avoidance | Australia news

A Senate inquiry has been announced into allegations of multinational tax avoidance among Australia’s largest for-profit nursing home providers. The inquiry comes on the back of a damning report by the Tax Justice Network, which suggested big aged-care providers were shifting profits offshore and paying minimal tax, while simultaneously receiving …

Budget 2018: Aged-care sector gets $1.6b to assist older Australians with services in their own homes

Budget 2018: Aged-care sector gets $1.6b to assist older Australians with services in their own homes

Updated May 08, 2018 22:02:18 Related Story: It’s a carrot and stick budget for business Related Story: Morrison woos voters with modest tax cuts and the promise of more to come More aged care places have been promised to provide older Australians with services at home. The budget provides $1.6 …

Federal Government orders flu jab be made compulsory for aged-care staff

Federal Government orders flu jab be made compulsory for aged-care staff

Posted April 22, 2018 00:03:44 Photo: The vaccine is already free for people over the age of 65. (ABC News: Aneeta Bhole) Related Story: Australia’s bad flu epidemic: Your questions answered The Federal Government is ordering aged-care homes to offer their staff a flu vaccination this year. The action comes …