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|The Alliance for a Fairer Retirement System is arguing Labor's refundable franking credits proposal does not target the wealthy but impacts low income earners instead. Deborah Ralston, spokesperson for the Alliance and chair of the SMSF ...|
|... than one million Australians, forcing them to seek welfare. In an address yesterday, Alliance for a Fairer Retirement System chair Deborah Ralston said the vast majority of those to be hit by Labor's plan are not wealthy, describing the move as a ...|
|... to underestimate the "curve balls" the Senate will throw. Speaking at yesterday's Alliance for a Fairer Retirement System event, Robert announced three other measures aiming to ensure superannuation remains fair and effective. The first is ...|
|... teamed up with several associations to improve the retirement system to form the Alliance for a Fairer Retirement System. It joins: the Australian Shareholders' Association, Australian Listed Investment Companies Association, National ...|
|... to disallow refunds of excess franking credits for retirees and shareholders. The Alliance for a Fairer Retirement System brings together: The Australian Shareholders' Association, Australian Listed Investment Companies Association, National ...|
UBS has appointed new co-country heads for Australasia, as Matthew Grounds announces his plans to retire from the firm.
Australia's high-net-worth population slumped in the rankings of a global wealth study as millionaires shifted their portfolio to cash amid share market uncertainty.
IMF Bentham and William Roberts Lawyers will bring a class action against MLC's super fund trustee NULIS Nominees relating to excess fees charged to members for adviser commissions.
SG Hiscock & Company has appointed a new investment specialist who will be responsible for fund distribution across New South Wales and Queensland and a new business development executive - both from Macquarie Group.
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