The market rose more than 2% on Monday following the surprising election result, as short-sellers scrambled to cover positions, with banks some of the big winners.
The Australian sharemarket typically rallies after a federal election if you analyse the results of the last 23 elections. But which sectors do the best?
Nervous about Labor’s policy to remove the refund of excess franking credits? There is a way to keep all your franking credits.
If Labor wins Saturday’s election, you won’t be allowed to contribute as much to your super fund as you can now under the Coalition government.
In the week of the Federal Budget and an RBA meeting, the fact that market volatility is now reaching its lowest levels since October last year went relatively unnoticed.
By leaving negative gearing and the capital gains tax deduction untouched, Budget 2019 represents undeniably good news for those hoping to generate wealth through property.
Families, small businesses and Australians aged 65 years and over are all winners from the 2019 Federal Budget, so who are the losers?
What is the outlook ahead for property investors? The election outcome spells good news for investors who can continue to practice tax-effective strategies.