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Post by Bradman on Thu 08 Mar 2018, 04:11

Seriously looking at her and looking at him, Kissinger was right. Which is a painful thing to say.
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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XIII)

Post by skully on Mon 12 Mar 2018, 22:26

Pinks to stab retirees

"More than one million shareholders, including self-funded retirees, who pay little or no tax would lose cash refunds for excess dividend imputation credits, under a proposed crackdown by Labor that would reap an estimated $59 billion in revenue over the next decade.

Following a warning last week by shadow treasurer Chris Bowen that Labor again had its sights set on loopholes enjoyed by the so-called wealthy, he and Opposition leader Bill Shorten will announce today that the cash refunds will be abolished from July 1, 2019, if Labor wins the next federal election.

Mr Shorten will stress that those affected – about 200,000 of the 600,000 who use self-managed superannuation funds along with another 1.2 million taxpayers – will not pay any more tax. But they will not be entitled to a cash refund if their imputation credit on their dividend is more than their total tax bill."


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Qunts.

With TD interest at very shitty levels, dividends are about the bet investment these days. Now the Pinko qunts want to hit them.
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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XIII)

Post by horace on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 00:03

Rare good call from Shotpants. Next thing is to get decent royalties on mining.
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Post by skully on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 00:13

Fark off, h. I hope "the rich" and affected pensioners rise up and cane the arrogant prick.

I don't wish to have to collect cans to make ends meet.
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Post by horace on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 00:23

skully wrote:Fark off, h. I hope "the rich" and affected pensioners rise up and cane the arrogant prick.

I don't wish to have to collect cans to make ends meet.

You've always been an admirer of cans, but collecting them is a bit extreme.
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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XIII)

Post by skully on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 00:46

Get ****** horrie
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Post by JGK on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 00:46

It is just a ploy to get people to put their money into Industry Funds who effectively aren't subject to the change because they can pool their tax liabilities.

Qunts.

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Post by skully on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 00:48

Geez, a rare point of agreement (non-cricket and NRL) between me and MrK. cheers
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Post by skully on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 00:49

JGK wrote:It is just a ploy to get people to put their money into Industry Funds who effectively aren't subject to the change because they can pool their tax liabilities.

Qunts.

MrK, some of your expertise please?

As part of my retirement nest egg, I have a tidy sum in a High Yield Dividend Fund. Is that covered by your statement above?
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Post by JGK on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 00:53

skully wrote:
JGK wrote:It is just a ploy to get people to put their money into Industry Funds who effectively aren't subject to the change because they can pool their tax liabilities.

Qunts.

MrK, some of your expertise please?

As part of my retirement nest egg, I have a tidy sum in a High Yield Dividend Fund. Is that covered by your statement above?


It is in your SMSF or do you hold it through a retail platform (like AMP or IOOF) ? If the latter then yes it should be OK and you won't be affected. If the former, you are looking at a big loss.

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Post by skully on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 00:55

It's in my SMSF and is a wholesale Fund with Vanguard. I'm guessing I'm screwed [heavy sigh].

Geez Im sick of these pollie qunts farking up all my hard work to retire early. Mad

Maybe the Senate will block Shortarse's moves.
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Post by embee on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 01:35

start writing angry emails to your local pollies ...and any you have a vague connection to


We had a problem with a particular state govt department here ....and after TLA's emotional email was sent to the Minister with CC's to our local members and several opposition pollies I know through school or football we got the department moving in our direction 


Pollies flip flop at the first sign of electoral unpopularity
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Post by skully on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 02:35

My hope is that the Electorate wakes up and realises that the Pinkos are as irrelevant and out of touch these days as the Unions that back them.

My problem is that I'm in a safe Liberal State and Federal Seat so any pollies I have a connection to are the Good Guys, not the Pinko Qunts.
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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XIII)

Post by JGK on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 02:43

skully wrote:My hope is that the Electorate wakes up and realises that the Pinkos are as irrelevant and out of touch these days as the Unions that back them.

My problem is that I'm in a safe Liberal State and Federal Seat so any pollies I have a connection to are the Good Guys, not the Pinko Qunts.


The bigger problem is now that it is announced policy they are unlikely to change it, however bad it looks in the cold light of day.

The only solution is to vote Tories.

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Post by JGK on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 06:04

Meanwhile, Zim just reminded me that it is 25 years to the day since the True Believers election.

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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XIII)

Post by skully on Wed 14 Mar 2018, 05:40

I see donkey Shortarse has decried the Libs for "trying to scare pensioners" in criticising his plan to wipe out dividend franking credit returns for share investors.

That's rich coming from the Pinkos who basically lied their way through the last 2 elections with bullshit scare campaigns on LNP plans re: Medicare and "new" Workchoices.
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Post by skully on Wed 14 Mar 2018, 05:41

JGK wrote:Meanwhile, Zim just reminded me that it is 25 years to the day since the True Believers election.

I hope you told him to get back to the dishes. Cool
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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XIII)

Post by horace on Thu 15 Mar 2018, 05:28

Seems that Roman 'Quo Vadis' is toast as bwana,of Oz Border Security. Good on the Tories for sticking by a decent system.
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Post by taipan on Thu 15 Mar 2018, 05:59

Get ready for the new invasion.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-43403408
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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XIII)

Post by skully on Thu 15 Mar 2018, 06:01

I had to do some Googling to make sense of h's last post.

I'd never heard of Roman Quaedvlieg. Weird name and hard to say, no doubt.
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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XIII)

Post by lardbucket on Thu 15 Mar 2018, 07:06

easier to say than spell

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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XIII)

Post by horace on Thu 15 Mar 2018, 08:00

[quote="lardbucket"]easier to say than spell[/quote

Tho from the stink is easy to smell.

Think he was appointed under the MM. Credlin clearly liked the cut of job.
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Post by horace on Fri 16 Mar 2018, 02:09

I see the Yarpie government has called in the Oz ambassador for a bollocking. Apparently * the dumb venal ex QBilly cop , Minister Spudhead has said Oz will prioritise white Yarp farmers facing persecution.
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Post by skully on Fri 16 Mar 2018, 02:58

The reason for the SAffer indignation (from the black government rep) was Dutton's claim that SAf white farmers deserved help from a "civilised country".

I chuckled. Was Dutton thinking that the SAf govt was a bunch of corrupt "uncivilised" jigaboos set on stealing white farmers land and killing said farmers??
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Post by taipan on Fri 16 Mar 2018, 03:15

horace wrote:I see the Yarpie government has called in the Oz ambassador for a bollocking. Apparently * the dumb venal ex QBilly cop , Minister Spudhead has said Oz will prioritise white Yarp farmers facing persecution.

NTR
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