Dividend Imputation Reform Could Have ‘Unintended Consequences’
- June 11, 2018
- Posted by: Melbourne Accountant
- Category: Local News
Should Labor’s proposal to reform dividend imputation policy be realised, investors who don’t change their asset allocation are “essentially disadvantaging themselves”, a finance academic has said. Speaking on a University of Sydney Business School briefing, Andrew Ainsworth, senior lecturer of finance discipline, said it’s clear that franking credits are valued. “For investors that can no
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