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Approaching D-Day for Mass Retirement Wealth Confiscation

Approaching D-Day for Mass Retirement Wealth Confiscation

The talk may be about taxing the rich, the reality is that others will suffer from the coming taxation and then confiscation of private retirement wealth.

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Superannuation: Now They Want You to Work Longer for Less

Superannuation: Now They Want You to Work Longer for Less

Now superannuation is a ‘national asset’. It’s not surprising that politicians and lobby groups have given it that new identity.

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The Best and Worst of the Australian Economy

The Best and Worst of the Australian Economy

Is ‘confidence’ the missing ingredient in getting Australia’s economy back on the road to recovery?

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A ‘Concerned’ Superannuation Fund Investor Writes…

A ‘Concerned’ Superannuation Fund Investor Writes…

The government is coming for every Aussies’ superannuation money. They won’t be happy until they’ve grabbed every last cent of it.

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28 February 2015 by Tim Dohrmann

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A small Melbourne-based company called SenSen networks, sells systems that enable surveillance far beyond what the human eye can perceive...

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27 February 2015 by Kris Sayce

Loosing money
In this instance, Mr Fraser is effectively saying that the government can’t provide more support to disabled people, unless it increases taxes on the ‘rich’ through superannuation...

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27 February 2015 by Kris Sayce

The talk may be about taxing the rich, the reality is that others will suffer from the coming taxation and then confiscation of private <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/super-retirement-wealth" title="More on superannuation and retirement wealth"><strong>retirement wealth</strong></a>.
The talk may be about taxing the rich, the reality is that others will suffer from the coming taxation and then confiscation of private retirement wealth.

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27 February 2015 by Greg Canavan

Business charts and markets
Financial markets around the world continue to hover around record highs. The Aussie market is strongly bullish too...

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26 February 2015 by Kris Sayce

Savings
Now that investors are putting more into superannuation to build up a nest egg, politicians are attacking them for ‘hoarding wealth’ and ‘abusing the system’...

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26 February 2015 by Kris Sayce

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All the experts had a different view on what was the ‘biggest’ problem facing superannuation. But they agreed that there are five key factors that will affect how you retire.

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26 February 2015 by Kris Sayce

Now <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/super-retirement-wealth" title="More on superannuation"><strong>superannuation</strong></a> is a ‘national asset’. It’s not surprising that politicians and lobby groups have given it that new identity.
Now superannuation is a ‘national asset’. It’s not surprising that politicians and lobby groups have given it that new identity.

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26 February 2015 by Sam Volkering

Hacker stealing data from computer
We don’t want a surveillance state. We want to protect our privacy. And in the next few weeks, I’ll show you exactly how you can...

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25 February 2015 by Kris Sayce

Businessman holding money  - Australian dollars
When I first set up my own SMSF, I did it with $50,000. And my fees came to $1,000. That’s around 2% of the balance...

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25 February 2015 by Greg Canavan

Is ‘confidence’ the missing ingredient in getting <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/economy/australia-economy" title="More on Australia's economy"><strong>Australia’s economy</strong></a> back on the road to recovery?
Is ‘confidence’ the missing ingredient in getting Australia’s economy back on the road to recovery?

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25 February 2015 by Tim Dohrmann

businessman
Whether you’re interested in gold or gold stocks, or are just looking for an overlooked part of the market that’s rising…you’ll get a lot out of this...

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24 February 2015 by Kris Sayce

Look at how the media has started to describe <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/super-retirement-wealth" title="More on superannuation"><strong>superannuation</strong></a> for those who have saved over years. It’s not just a large super account, it’s a ‘fat super account’.
Look at how the media has started to describe superannuation for those who have saved over years. It’s not just a large super account, it’s a ‘fat super account’.

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