Shorten tax changes explained: Who it will affect
Thousands of investors could no longer receive cash refunds at tax time if Labor wins the election, with self-funded retirees likely to be some of the biggest losers.
Labor leader Bill Shorten will today announce plans to wind back Howard-era reforms allowing investors to claim tax imputations from dividends.
It could save about $11.4 billion over two years.
Paul Drum, head of tax policy of CPA Australia, told Ross and John who it will most affect.
“I think all retirees, but especially self-funded retirees,” he said.
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