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Accountants urged to adopt fee-for-service advice approach

  Jan 05, 2016 

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Count outlines fee-for-service approach

Count Financial points to utility of fee-for-service for accountants entering financial planning space. Read more

Super lump sums misrepresented

Those taking super lump sums have been getting a bum rap with many using the money to purchase a virtual income stream rather than a caravan. Read more

Combine robo-advice into marketing

Financial advisers could combine robo-advice into their firm’s marketing process through principles of compliance and contemporariness. Read more

Limit super directors to three terms - APRA

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority has signalled that super fund directors should normally serve no more than three terms. Read more

Contraventions of super laws see disqualified tax agent’s registration rejected

An Administrative Appeal Tribunal has rejected a former tax agent’s case against the Tax Practitioners’ Board for not renewing her registration. Read more

Women more readily accessing advice

A Queensland Government submission has pointed to more women than men choosing to access financial advice provided by super funds. Read more

Super needs social security integration

To help bridge the gender gap in super the Queensland Government has asked to integrate social security and super legislation to enable a focus on a person’s entire situation. Read more

Adviser Choice Risk Awards 2015

MLC wins Risk Company of the Year

National Australia Bank’s wealth management arm, MLC, has been named Risk Company of the Year in the Money Management/DEXX&R Adviser Choice Risk Awards. Read more

MLC wins at term and TPD

MLC’s Insurance Life Cover and TPD product has struck gold in the Term and TPD Product award at the Money Management/DEXX&R Adviser Risk Choice Awards. Read more

OnePath takes trauma top spot again

OnePath’s Trauma Premier product has proven to be the best after winning in the trauma category for the second year in a row, with MLC again taking silver, and TAL winning bronze. Read more

Affordability central to TAL’s income protection

Good underwriting and a focus on affordability have been central to the success of TAL’s Accelerated Protection Income Protection Premier product. Read more


SMSFs – Are you limiting the use of your LRBA?

Limited recourse borrowing arrangements do not necessarily have to be limited in opportunity for self-managed super fund trustees but there are various requirements to adhere to, Bryan Ashenden writes. Read more


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