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Six associations form new allianceBY KARREN VERGARA | TUESDAY, 8 MAY 2018 12:31PM
Several highly-regarded associations have joined forces in a bid to improve the retirement system, and unify against Labor's proposal to disallow refunds of excess franking credits for retirees and shareholders.
Read more: Labor, Age Pension, Financial Advisers Association, SMSF Association, Australian Listed Investment Companies Association, Michael Lorimer, National Seniors Australia, Andrew Green, Australian Shareholders, Deborah Ralston, Fairer Retirement System, Independent Superannuation Funds Association, John Maroney, SMSFA
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