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Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing



Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing

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luai nepor '* -x Territory Housing ;s Services Notes to the Financial Statem ents' ended 30 June 2001 (m) Employee Entitlements Provision is made fo r employee entit employees to balance date. Employ one year together with entitlements 1 leave which will settle after one year| including related on-costs. Rising from services rendered by snts expected to be settled within ; wages and salaries and annual measured at their nominal amount' 4: i ,Sf i (n) O ther employee entitlements paya the present value o f the estimated entitlements. The provision is calcu and salary rates including related turnover history and is discounted securities at balance date which me related liabilities. Superannuation Employees' Superannuation entitle Government and Public Authorities Commonwealth Superannuation supplemented by an additional 3% | Superannuation Scheme (NTSSS). one year have been measured at [ outflows to be made for those ^es tim a ted future increases in wage ! expected settlement dates based op |attaching to national government latch the terms o f maturity o f the principally) provided through the N T ation Scheme (NTGPASS) and the, ' 5). Benefits from these Schemes are - benefit from the N T Supplementary. .* I . (O) Territory Housing Business Service o f its employees. Any liability f o r Government and Territory Housir no other direct superannuation Gratis Expenditure Territory Housing Business Servic^| Included in this category are the i and the auctioneering services pr calculation was able to be reliably^ srannuation contributions on behalf Dn is met directly by the NT |Services has and will continue to have ' , "J - i < pives some services free o f charge. ' annel Information Payroll System (PIPS); 7 ' -- . s ands, Planning and Environment No - . * /. 4 Ithe cost o f these items. ' ' * .iT /. page 104