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Industry fund accusation on CGT

  Jun 19, 2015 

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Can SMSFs and SMAs indefinitely postpone CGT?

Industry fund body, AIST, tells Government strategies are utilising SMSFs, wraps and SMAs to indefinitely postpone the payment of CGT. Read more

Retail insurance premiums cheaper

Advised retail policies have found to be cheaper than their direct policy counterparts across genders and different ages, research revealed. Read more

HWNIs look to robo-advice despite manager resistance

The number of high net worth clients in Australia, and around the world, has continued to grow along with their appetite for robo-advice despite resistance from wealth managers. Read more

Proposed pension changes ‘unfair’: AIST

Planned changes to the Age Pension could see wealthy Australians gain significantly more Government support than middle income earners, the AIST believes. Read more

Unsecured BBY creditors may get nothing should companies be liquidated: Administrator

Unsecured creditors of BBY companies may receive distributions of between zero and 24 cents in the dollar should the businesses be liquidated, the administrator reports. Read more

China is Australia’s top foreign real estate investor

More than 25,000 Australian residential properties have been purchased by overseas Chinese investors over the past three years, making China the country’s top real estate investor. Read more

Unlicensed FX provider to stop cold-calling Aussies

An unlicensed foreign exchange trader has agreed to stop cold-calling Australian investors following a requestion to cease the practice by ASIC. Read more

Expert Analysis

Client focus for client satisfaction

High satisfaction levels increase client retention over the long-term, growing their investments with you and referring business to your practice, Sherise Mercer explains. Read more

Myth busting alternative investments

David Griffith looks at the myths surround alternative investments, and argues they have multiple uses in a range of investor portfolios. Read more

Budget 2015: What this means for clients

Catherine Chivers outlines what implications some of the 2015/16 Budget measures have for clients. Read more

Fintech will cut the fat

Financial technologies such as peer-to-peer lending, robo-investing and digital currencies are here to stay and regulation and laws have to catch up, Grant Holley writes. Read more

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