Tax, superannuation & the economy: What does the election result mean?

Super changes – frequently asked questions. These frequently asked questions relate to the superannuation changes, most of which started on 1 July 2017. It’s important to work out if you may be affected by these changes, or if they might impact you in the future. Here you’ll find general information and examples only.

What the midterm election outcome may mean for markets. that his administration has deemed boosts to markets and the economy. Read: Election results. the tax cuts and regulatory changes.

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A Labor Party plan to impose additional tax on the superannuation of those earning over $200,000 has been backed by independent researchers, who say there is a "strong case" to lower the threshold.

In 2016, he floated plans to curb negative gearing and nearly won an election. Last year. "Without cash refunds it does mean that someone whose taxable income was less than the company tax rate.

But what does the victory. because of the elections, Greece remained on the agenda. Europe is clearly continuing to monitor the Greek economy’s performance closely. At the same time, New Democracy.

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The relevant new provision is in s 307-65(2) of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 (Cth) (‘ITAA 1997’) which provides: Treat a lump sum payment arising from a partial commutation of a * superannuation income stream as a superannuation lump sum for the purposes of this Act (other than Subdivision 295-F).

The Liberal result in that election was not entirely attributable to the carbon tax. Dion was a flawed leader. And the.

"Bill Shorten is going to this election threatening to increase taxes on superannuation compared to what the current settings are, there is no question," Senator Cormann said.

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What the results mean Theresa May.. Though her party is furious with her over the poor election results, it’s clear that she’s refusing to resign.. as a result, tank the UK economy.

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Should you wish to discuss the election result will impact your investment and/or superannuation portfolio please contact Certified Financial Planner Elliot Watson on 0409 931 984. The information (including taxation) in this article does not consider your personal circumstances and is of a general nature only – unless otherwise stated.