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20 Apr 2018
‘Humiliated’: Royal commission exposes human casualties of dodgy advice
Failures in advice supervision at Westpac have left a couple without their family home and feeling “humiliated, stupid” in a royal commission chap...
13 Apr 2018
Work longer and expect three major downturns: the secret to retirement security
In order to secure a comfortable retirement, pre-retirees should plan against up to three major downturns and consider extending their careers, an eco...
12 Apr 2018
Dramatic shifts in demographics could overwhelm global retirement policies: IMF
The sheer number of people growing older could be enough to undo even the best-laid retirement policies, the International Monetary Fund has warned. ...
12 Apr 2018
This investor will retire in 10 years, here's how he'll do it
Momentum Media’s Alex Whitlock, at age 50, has laid out a plan to capitalise on his passion for property investment and ultimately achieve a comfort...
29 Mar 2018
Incremental improvements to aged care ‘no longer enough’
Given the tidal wave of Australians set to enter their golden years, a “radical rethink” of aged care models is in order, a residential care commu...
19 Mar 2018
Retiring later a double-edged sword for society
Australians continue to increase their anticipated age of retirement, but the trend has positive and negative consequences, Roy Morgan has said. ...
16 Mar 2018
Aussies don't feel retirement-ready, think saving more won’t help
More than 30 per cent of Aussies don’t feel confident about retirement, but only 7 per cent think saving more will help them get there, new researc...
15 Mar 2018
Industry-led system proposed to tackle aged care workforce issues
The government is set to launch an industry-led committee that will develop the standards for aged care vocational training and “tackle critical sk...
12 Mar 2018
Intergenerational imbalance, ‘the central problem of our time’
It’s not class conflict but generational conflict that will dictate the future of domestic and global politics, an Ivy League historian has said. ...
9 Mar 2018
Oakden: How did it happen?
The systemic failures within the Oakden facility, which can “only be described as a disgrace”, have transcended South Australian politics to becom...
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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 ( 18.5% )
A politically-fuelled manoeuvre ( 25.2% )
Not enough to repair the budget ( 5.5% )