Financial advisers say wealthy will accept super tax hike

Financial advisers say wealthy will accept super tax hike

Written by James Weir

James specialises in the theory and best practice of portfolio construction and management. His success within national and international investment banks led him to become a Co-Founder of Steward Wealth and he is a regular columnist for the Australian Financial Review.
February 3, 2015
James Weir

Financial advisers to some of Sydney and Melbourne’s richer families say they believe their clients mostly accept that tax incentives on superannuation need to be be better targeted even though are likely to have to pay more tax.

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