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19 Apr 2018
Treasury: Skilled migrants have ‘helped curb’ population ageing effects
Current migrant arrivals are “bringing a welcome fiscal boost” to offset the pressures of Australia’s ageing population, Treasury and Department...
19 Apr 2018
Royal commission: Are you affected?
Revelations of fees for no service incidents at major institutions may be leaving clients and investors feeling queasy, but according to a financial p...
17 Apr 2018
‘It’s time to formalise our commitment to reconciliation’: Equity Trustees
Acknowledging its corporate responsibility, a specialist trustee company has launched a reconciliation action plan to boost the social and economic ou...
16 Apr 2018
This week, think about the future
With less than 15 per cent of Aussies having a plan for advanced age care, the aged care minister is calling for more engagement with the reality of a...
12 Apr 2018
Will this do? Informal wills have expensive consequences
With a growing number of informal wills being contested in court, Aussies should be aware of the significant costs that come with this, an estate plan...
9 Apr 2018
Divulge your ‘deepest, darkest secrets’ to protect your legacy
Going to an estate planner? Consider it like a visit to a therapist, where sharing your “deepest, darkest secrets” will do you good. Write...
6 Apr 2018
Retiring? 10 tips for succession planning
With more than 350,000 businesses set to change hands over the next decade as their owners retire or sell up, it’s critical to plan the transition, ...
4 Apr 2018
‘You’re crazy’ if you don’t have this insurance
The vast majority of Aussies have some form of life insurance, but “scarily”, only a third of workers have income protection insurance, a financia...
8 Mar 2018
Who funds the world? Millennials and women
Women make up more than 70 per cent of the world’s donors, with demographic shifts and greater wealth to thank. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
5 Mar 2018
How to protect your assets | Strategies
It is important to set up an effective asset protection plan to ensure accumulated wealth is secure from unforeseen circumstances. Here are some ways ...
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Labor to exempt pensioners from dividend imputation changes
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Is a tax system which pleases both Boomers and Millennials possible?
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Bill Shorten’s proposal to reform dividend imputation has ruffled a few feathers. Is the pitch:
An attack on self-funded retirees
A necessary reform of Australia’s tax system
A politically-fuelled manoeuvre
Not enough to repair the budget
An attack on self-funded retirees ( 50.9% )
A necessary reform of Australia’s tax system ( 18.3% )
A politically-fuelled manoeuvre ( 25.2% )
Not enough to repair the budget ( 5.6% )