GCR in the news!

The Gold Coast Retirees Protest Meeting on  Wednesday 16 January 2019 was a great success and part of our campaign against Labor’s proposed policy to deny refunds of Franking Credits.

The presentation by Professor Deborah Ralston was excellent and certainly adds weight to our advocacy.  Below is her Media Release.
Gold Coast Retirees Claim Labor Tax Changes Will Leave Them Out Of Pocket. 
A federal election might still be months away, but the Labor Party has already managed to upset voters.
Gold Coast retirees claim proposed tax changes will cruel their hard earned savings, leaving them well out of pocket.
tenplay.com.au

You can view the Channel Ten news article about our protest meeting here.

The GCR submission to the House of Representatives Inquiry into the Implications of Removing Refundable Franking Credits has been cleared by the Inquiry.
Our GCR Advocacy Chair, Charles Dickson, has made a formidable contribution in preparing this very professional submission.
Charles spent many, many hours putting this together on our behalf and we are extremely grateful for his efforts.
You can view Professor Ralston’s power point presentation, The GCR Submission to the House of Representatives and more on the Advocacy Page.

Author: Gold Coast Retirees