Super tinkering has little political bearing

19-Jun-2018|By Malavika Santhebennur

A view by governments the super system is politically neutral in terms of how it affects voters might mean tinkering with it will continue, according to financial services firm HLB Mann Judd. Superannuation director Andrew Yee told selfmanage.. Read More

Reminding us of our social purpose


At a time of intense scrutiny on the financial services sector, it is easy to lose sight of the inherent social purpose underlying the myriad products and services it provides. This is especially true of life in.. Read More

ASIC releases AFCA guidance


The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) today released new guidance for its oversight of and role in relation to the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA). ASIC has released “.. Read More

Buy property through SMSF when young


SMSF investors should think about purchasing property within their SMSF in their 30s rather than postponing it until they are in their 40s, but only after seeking professional advice, according to wealth advisory gro.. Read More

FASEA appoints new CEO


The Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA) has appointed former Australian Prudential Regulation Authority general manager Stephen Glenfield as its chief executive. The announcement by FASEA cha.. Read More

Triggers key to SMSF software change


Many SMSF accounting firms struggle to identify the best software solution for their circumstances and often choose technology under duress rather than recognising the triggers to allow for a critical review of their.. Read More

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