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This dictionary helps explain terms that are related to super, investments and pension.
Superannuation that people have lost touch with. See also AUSFund.
Where investments in a particular area have lesser exposure compared with the benchmark exposure.
Dividends paid by companies that are (a) not subject to Australian tax; or (b) paid by Australian companies, but before the introduction of dividend imputation (see above) in 1986. Recipients of unfranked dividends are subject to tax at their normal marginal rate.
A collective investment vehicle, established under a trust deed, that continually offers new units and stands ready to redeem existing ones from the owners.
Refers to a company, shares or fund that is not available for purchase or sale through the Australian Stock Exchange.
Unlisted property trusts
A collective investment vehicle which owns a portfolio of real property through the trust's manager, as opposed to listed property trusts which can be bought and sold on the stock exchange.
Unrestricted non-preserved benefts
Any unrestricted non-preserved amounts – usually after tax contributions made before 1 July 1999 – can be withdrawn at anytime.
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