COVID-19 has certainly taken no prisoners and both my passions, superannuation and horse racing are no exceptions.1
As a horse lover and a keen student of horse racing, as well as a believer in a strong financial system – it has been a tough year.1
What was lost in much of the election discussion around the removal of the refund of franking credits for individuals and superannuation funds, was the tax policy issue that is trying to be addressed.4
On Day 2 of the Championships at Royal Randwick, the highlight of the Autumn Racing Carnival, will see the final race of Australia’s champion racehorse, Winx.
The centrepiece of the Budget is the personal tax cuts – and it is welcome, given sluggish wage growth to see action for both lower and middle earners.
It’s that time of year again – the first Tuesday in November, when we run the Melbourne Cup! Once again, I have been tasked to find the followers of this blog the winner.
Since Archer won in 1861, it’s the race that stops the nation and Damien Ryan has all the tips for the race and for your superannuation
It’s that time of year again – the first Tuesday in November, when we run the Melbourne Cup! Once again, I have been tasked to find the followers of this…1
Having strongly supported the government’s initial superannuation legislative measures last week we think yesterday’s follow-up effort on the more contentious issues was a reasonable outcome in a difficult position. The…