Scope of automation no threat to advisers

18-Oct-2017|By Krystine Lumanta

The current capability of automation within SMSF administration services was not yet at a point where it could be substituted for the judgment of a human adviser, according to a panel of executives. During an SMSF session at the Accountants&r.. Read More

Reforms fortify accountants’ role


Accountants have been told to step up to the challenge of servicing their SMSF clients as their role has only been reinforced by the new super reforms, along with the added requirements around the ATO’s transfe.. Read More

TBAR requires shift to software


Advisers and accountants reporting under the transfer balance account report (TBAR) regime for their pension SMSF clients must now be using up-to-date software in their practices rather than spreadsheets, an administ.. Read More

New integration for Evolv White


Automated audit platform Evolv White has entered into a new integration partnership with tech firm InfoTrack that will give users access to a new range of documents. Specifically, the deal means practitioners wil.. Read More

Ignoring deed riskier with super changes


The SMSF trust deed can easily be overlooked by auditors and advisers due to its lengthy, legal and technical nature, but the new super reforms have reinforced its importance, an auditor has warned. “It&rsq.. Read More

New ASIC chair named


The federal government yesterday named former Goldman Sachs banker James Shipton as the new chair of the Australian Investments and Securities Commission (ASIC). Shipton, who will succeed Greg Medcraft, will sta.. Read More

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