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Offline Condor Man

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I've got a fund balance well over the $1.6m. Is there any point in additional contributions?

Retreat!

Retreat!
May the Horse be with you....



Offline Condor Man

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You would be surprised at the number of uber wealthy who are closet labour voters. Several of my mates live in the leafy suburbs in $5-$10 million + homes and they vote labour. They are all self made; but come from very poor, working class backgrounds which they have never completely broken away from. Makes for some very interesting conversations when we get together.

Good luck to them.

Labour wanted a cap of $1.5m
May the Horse be with you....



Offline mondi

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It's just the start of the crackdown on super. I have been saying it for years.


Didn't touch NG though I see..............   :p



Offline amgsl55

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I've got a fund balance well over the $1.6m. Is there any point in additional contributions?

At this point,  investments made in a super entity are more tax effective, but when will that end?



Offline mhh

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It's just the start of the crackdown on super. I have been saying it for years.

They have been picking at this scab for ages but it does look like they have decided super is a pain-free way to start to work over the wealthy as they must to meet the unavoidable demographically-based future budget outflows.



Offline robertb

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You would be surprised at the number of uber wealthy who are closet labour voters. Several of my mates live in the leafy suburbs in $5-$10 million + homes and they vote labour. They are all self made; but come from very poor, working class backgrounds which they have never completely broken away from. Makes for some very interesting conversations when we get together.
I can think of a couple of V12 owners who vote Labor.



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Offline 360c

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I can think of a couple of V12 owners who vote Labor.

Interesting isn't it.



Offline amgsl55

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I wonder if the politicians super and pension entitlements have been affected



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