Have your voice heard - WA & SA House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics Franking Credits Inquiries
Individuals in SA and WA will be able to have their voices heard in opposing the Labor Party’s proposed franking credit policy at the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics’ public hearings held in Carlisle and Guildford, Western Australia, and Norwood, South Australia.
Representatives from the Alliance for a Fairer Retirement System (SMSF Association, National Seniors Australia), will also be in attendance at the inquiry in Adelaide.
These public hearings provide an excellent opportunity for you to address the committee directly about how the proposed changes to refundable franking credits will affect your retirement. Your presence can send a strong and clear message that the proposed policy is inequitable.
If you would like to make your voice heard, we encourage you to attend one of the following hearings: