Private Health Insurance (Council Administration Levy) Amendment Rules 2013 (No. 2)

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Private Health Insurance (Council Administration Levy) Amendment Rules 2013 (No. 2)1
Private Health Insurance (Council Administration Levy) Act 2003
I, TANYA PLIBERSEK, Minister for Health, make these Rules under section 9A of the Private Health Insurance (Council Administration Levy) Act 2003.
 
 
 
Dated  16 July 2013
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TANYA PLIBERSEK
 
Minister for Health
1              Name of rule
                These rules are the Private Health Insurance (Council Administration Levy) Amendment Rules 2013 (No. 2).
2              Commencement
                These rules commence on 22 July 2013.
3              Amendment of Private Health Insurance (Council Administration Levy) Rules 2007
                Schedule 1 amends the Private Health Insurance (Council Administration Levy) Rules 2007.
 
Schedule 1        Amendments
(section 3)
 [1]          Subrule 6(1), formula
omit
 
                                164 275 000                                       
                            Single coverage policies = (2 x joint policies)
 
insert
 
Item
Financial year
Formula

1
2013–2014
164 275 000

single coverage policies + (2 Í joint coverage policies)

2
2014–2015
155 475 000

single coverage policies + (2 Í joint coverage policies)

3
2015–2016
155 775 000

single coverage policies + (2 Í joint coverage policies)

 [2]          Subrule 7(1), formula
omit
2 x                      164 275 000                                       
Single coverage policies = (2 x joint policies)
 
insert
 
Item
Financial year
Formula

1
2013–2014
2 Í
164 275 000

single coverage policies + (2 Í joint coverage policies)

2
2014–2015
2 Í
155 475 000

single coverage policies + (2 Í joint coverage policies)

3
2015–2016
2 Í
155 775 000

single coverage policies + (2 Í joint coverage policies)

 
Note
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