Mulcahy & Co Financial Planning – Market Update – January 2019General News: 16/01/2019
In the video we discuss the implication of franking credits for investors via superannuation, particular retirees in pension phase and the impact that will be seen if the Labor Party move back into power in 2019 and scrap these tax benefits.
We also look at the current market conditions after the sell-off in equities over the last 3 – 4 months and how we see this playing out in the short term.
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