[…] What I believe will happen is that the Insurers will carefully monitor the collections of FSL tax they make and as we get closer to the end of the 2012 – 2013 financial year, the FSL will fall so that those with only a few months to go will not be penalised too much. If on the other hand, there is no certainty and there is a whiff that the FSL tax on insurance is going to be higher than forecast the FSL will stay at it currently world record rates, particularly for regional and rural Victoria. Rather than repeat the rates here and make myself sicker than I already feel when I look at them, I would refer you to http://www.allanmanning.com/?p=1216 […]
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