My ‘outside the square’ ideas for protecting your investments!

Founder and Publisher of the Switzer Report
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With Bill Shorten’s Labor party proposing a number of changes to the rules that govern the playing field upon which we make our investments, I’ve been thinking about the future of investing for income.

Coincidentally, I was contacted by the Morrison Government MP, Tim Wilson, Chair of the House Standing Committee on Economics, which has launched a formal inquiry into refundable franking credits. “The objective of the inquiry is to give a voice to the hundreds of thousands of Australians who will be directly impacted by any change to policy,” he told me.

“To that end, we have designed a simple website where people can make direct submissions to the inquiry including a standard template, as well as opportunity for people to enter their own information if they choose.”

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