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Ask Noel: am I a pensioner for the purposes of Labor's tax plan?

Ask Noel: am I a pensioner for the purposes of Labor's tax plan?

Personal finance expert Noel Whittaker answers your questions.

  • by Noel Whittaker

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Is a testamentary trust warranted in a will?
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Is a testamentary trust warranted in a will?

Personal finance expert George Cochrane answers your questions.

  • by George Cochrane
The generational divide that will shape this federal election
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Opinion

The generational divide that will shape this federal election

Labor's policy to reform franking credits strikes at the heart of a generational divide that is becoming increasingly clear.

  • by Jessica Irvine
Ask Noel: How would income from a share portfolio be tax-free?
Income tax

Ask Noel: How would income from a share portfolio be tax-free?

Personal finance expert Noel Whittaker answers your questions.

  • by Noel Whittaker
'Quite happy to give them up': June says franking credits just a bonus
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'Quite happy to give them up': June says franking credits just a bonus

June Lunsmann wants people like her to stop whingeing about Labor’s plan to remove cash refunds for excess franking credits.

  • by Caitlin Fitzsimmons
Real 'victims' of Labor's dividend tax policy are not average Joannes
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Real 'victims' of Labor's dividend tax policy are not average Joannes

As the federal election draws closer and a change of government looks ever more likely, the knives are out for Labor’s tax policies. Don't be fooled.

  • by Caitlin Fitzsimmons
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'All that is now at risk': Retirees vent their anger in super inquiry

'All that is now at risk': Retirees vent their anger in super inquiry

A Parliamentary inquiry into Labor’s $55 billion dividend imputation policy has been inundated with complaints

  • by Eryk Bagshaw
Dividends are nice but there won't be any if the company shrinks to zero
Opinion
Opinion

Dividends are nice but there won't be any if the company shrinks to zero

The dividend flood has a downside - ultimately, if companies are to increase dividends they will need to grow revenue.

  • by Elizabeth Knight
Listed investment companies under threat
Analysis
Analysis

Listed investment companies under threat

Lower income taxpayers may shift their investments from domestic shares and LICs to real estate and other investment structures.

  • by Daryl Dixon
Millions of dollars of big company dividends looking for owners
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Analysis

Millions of dollars of big company dividends looking for owners

Many Australians don't realise they are shareholders and missing out on dividend payments.

  • by John Collett