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TIM HOWARD  |  FRIDAY, 16 JUL 2021
One of the most significant measures announced in the May 2021 federal budget was the proposed exemption from the work test. How does the work test apply now, and what is expected to change? Currently, voluntary contributions to superannuation from ... Read more
Tim Howard
TIM HOWARD  |  THURSDAY, 24 JUN 2021
With the end of the financial year just around the corner, top of mind for many financial advisers is the indexation of superannuation caps and thresholds, which includes an increase to the 'preservation age' relating to when Australians can ... Read more
Julian Howard
JULIAN HOWARD  |  FRIDAY, 5 JUN 2020
Markets have for some time now been largely ignoring fundamentals. This remains the case even as coronavirus (COVID-19) threatens a deep depression. In our opinion, not all market sectors will benefit equally from perpetual policy response. This paper ... Read more
David Howard-Jones
DAVID HOWARD-JONES  |  FRIDAY, 12 APR 2019
"Effective leadership is key. Leaders drive culture. Whether they do it by accident or by design, and whether culture is set by those at the top of the organisation or by 'local leaders' in each work group, depends on the credibility, consistency and ... Read more
Chris Chow
CHRIS CHOW  |  FRIDAY, 4 MAY 2018
... ill-considered part of the Pensioner Guarantee. A policy that otherwise makes sense At the end of the day, the decision by the Howard government was likely used to butter up the wealthier contingent of their older voters during the years of economic ... Read more
TIM PEPPER  |  TUESDAY, 1 JAN 2008
In the final days of the Howard Government new laws were passed which allow super funds to borrow using a specific type of structure. These new laws have been quite broadly drafted but there are traps for the unwary. In April 2008 the ATO released several ... Read more
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