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Labor policies boost superannuation agenda
KARREN VERGARA  |  FRIDAY, 17 MAY 2019
... the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees found Australians' retirement outcomes will be better off under Labor's policies. Following years of continuous reforms, the Labor party is looking to implement further changes compared to ...
Labor proposal targets low income earners: Association
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  WEDNESDAY, 15 MAY 2019
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 ...
Chief economist update: Japan becomes collateral damage in US-China trade war
BENJAMIN ONG  |  WEDNESDAY, 15 MAY 2019
... price index (CPI) has continued to show relatively weak developments compared to the economic expansion and the labor market tightening, it is likely to increase gradually toward 2%, mainly due to the output gap remaining positive." Then ...
SMSF wind-ups spike: ATO
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  THURSDAY, 9 MAY 2019
... to continue with another adviser or accountant. And establishments may have further to fall, with Shorte predicting a Labor Government to impact the sector. "I expect the level of wind-ups to spike next year if Labor bring in their proposed ...
Super, life risk face election test
HARRISON WORLEY  |  MONDAY, 6 MAY 2019
... Chartered Accountants superannuation director Brett Griffiths. Despite years, even decades, of continuous reform, the Labor party is looking to implement further changes. Proposed measures include the lowering of the high-income super ...
Chief economist update: Policy of patience
BENJAMIN ONG  |  THURSDAY, 2 MAY 2019
... at 2-1/4 to 2-1/2%," the Fed said. "The Committee continues to view sustained expansion of economic activity, strong labor market conditions, and inflation near the Committee's symmetric 2% objective as the most likely outcomes. In light of ...
Former Labor senator joins Sargon
HARRISON WORLEY  |  TUESDAY, 30 APR 2019
A former cabinet minister in the Rudd and Gillard governments was appointed to Sargon's board. Stephen Conroy has joined as a non-executive director at Sargon, as the firm embarks on its next growth phase. Commenting on Conroy's appointment, Sargon ...
Former Labor MP joins SMSFA
HARRISON WORLEY  |  THURSDAY, 18 APR 2019
A former Parliamentary Secretary was appointed to the board of the Self-Managed Super Fund Association. Bernie Ripoll has joined the SMSFA board, in a move described by chair Deborah Ralston as "invaluable" to the ongoing evolution of ...
Inquiry denounces franking credit ban
HARRISON WORLEY  |  FRIDAY, 5 APR 2019
The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics concluded Labor's proposal to remove refundable franking credits should not go ahead. Releasing the committee's final report last night, Liberal MP and committee chair Tim Wilson said the ...
Record tax receipts, record outlays yet back to surplus
ALEX DUNNIN  |  TUESDAY, 2 APR 2019
... the Abbott Government was elected in 2013, which in-turn was more than four times the $58 billion it was when the Rudd Labor Government was elected in 2007. Australia's Federal Budget is still 46% reliant on individual taxpayers, which is more ...
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