The following articles have the tag Deeming rates
Pensioners pleased but say increase is paltry and will make little difference.
The deeming rates have finally been cut, but it’s “too little too late”, say critics.
Retirees are suffering from cash rate cuts, prompting calls for cuts to deeming rates.
Reserve Bank set to announce whether interest rates will be cut again.
Retirees are taking a double hit to their income due to government inaction.
Like many retirees, Karen believes that deeming rates are simply too high.
There are some deeming accounts still paying 3.25 per cent interest on your savings.
Ray has questioned the method of applying deeming rates to shares.
Alex wants to know how his assessable assets affect his Age Pension.
Much-trumpeted August increase in term deposit rates have now been reversed.
Deeming rate thresholds will change from 1 July 2016
Betty believes that deeming rates are simply too high.
Deeming rates can be higher than actual interest paid.
Richard is seeking clarification on how his assets and income will be assessed.
The RBA has cut the cash rate to a record low of two per cent.
Minister Morrison announces a $200 million pension boost.
The Reserve Bank of Australia has cut interest rates for the first time since August ...
The asset thresholds which apply to deeming rates for the Age Pension have changed from ...
ASIC forces banks to come clean on deeming accounts
Changes to deeming rates will benefit more than 740,000 pensioners
The Government has announced a reduction in pension deeming rates
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