The Pulse The global economy is maintaining momentum and inflation is gradually moving higher in line with central bank targets Growth in US average hourly earnings is still not showing conclusive evidence of a sustained pickup in wages The threat of a trade war between the US and China is creating significant uncertainty for markets […]
Archives for April 2018
Most SMSF trustees thought life would be calmer after the latest batch of superannuation reforms came into force, but things are never that simple when it comes to superannuation.
Superannuation could be about to undergo more change with the federal opposition announcing it will end cash refunds of franking credits on share dividends if it wins the next election.
Australia’s household debt is among the highest in the world and rising, thanks largely to worsening housing affordability and plentiful consumer credit. So how do we measure up and should we be worried?