Howard praises centrelink tampering response (Posted on 6 April 2014)
In a speech to the Federal Parliament, Treasurer Joe Hockey was forced to admit the Government was having difficulty dealing with the issue of cheque book failures and the Government was finding it difficult to deal with a variety of issues which affected some people’s basic finances. In an extensive assessment of cheque book management in the first financial year for the Centrelink financial benefit payments system, the report’s author Dr David Wilton concluded M에스엠 카지노r Hockey’s actions had caused a number of problems to be passed onto households. Dr Wilton said the failure of the Treasurer and colleagues to prevent the cost of대구 출장 안마 cheques being processed in the wr부천출장마사지ong way was undermining their attempts to improve Australia’s cashless welfare system. “The Treasurer appears to be relying too heavily on the cheque book to get the budget into place and make his cheque collections work,” he wrote in his report to Parliament. “This means that he is not only failing to implement the Budget changes that have been delivered by the Governor-General but is also not delivering on the savings promised.” The report has been the subject of some controversy in the financial community, given the Prime Minister has used cheque book fraud to achieve the same target.
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