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ASFA CEO expected to resign

ASFA CEO, Pauline Vamos, is expected to step down from her position on 30 June, according to sources. Read more

Life insurers in better shape

The latest Australian Prudential Regulation Authority data points to life insurers being in generally better shape. Read more
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Beware of unintended negative gearing consequences

Tax agency warns of almost inevitable unintended consequences flowing from changes to negative gearing regime. Read more

Zurich to launch LIF adviser blueprint

Zurich will launch a LIF support package blueprint for advisers focusing on technology and product innovation ahead of the 1 July transition. Read more
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Accountants warned against licensing status quo

Accountants have been warned they simply can’t continue to give SMSF advice as they always have. Read more

Income layering gives 99% success rate

SMSF retirees can be comforted by the fact that income layering can give a 99 per cent probability of securing their essential spending needs, according to Accurium. Read more
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CBA signs onto Topdocs for SMSF integration

Topdocs has penned an agreement with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia in a bid to increase efficiency and save time for advisers when ordering legal documentation. Read more

Accountants risk not being licensed until 2019

Accountants who do not obtain a limited AFSL before 1 July 2016, could be forced to wait until 2019 to provide SMSF advice, a legal expert warns. Read more
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GBST records $56.7 million in total revenue

Financial services software provider, GBST, has recorded a revenue increase of two per cent to $56.7m in the first half of the 2015-16 financial year. Read more

Public VC fund needed for innovation: IPA

The IPA has called on the Federal Government to introduce a “publicly supported” venture capital fund geared at nurturing an entrepreneurial environment. Read more
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Expert Analysis

Learning to live with the LIF

Like them or not, financial advisers should already have begun making the adjustments necessary to operate within the new Life Insurance Framework, writes Catherine Evans. Read more

Demystifying Medicare reports

Advisers should have a good understanding of the issues around Medicare and PBS reports within the risk insurance advice process to add value to their advice proposition, Col Fullagar writes. Read more

Features

Laying down the law – legislation in limbo: SMSFs

Malavika Santhebennur looks at what legislative changes the SMSF sector can expect in 2016 and what remains in limbo in part two of this feature on SMSFs. Read more

Taking the alternative route

Jassmyn Goh finds out if investors are looking to alternative investments to beat market volatility and a low interest rate environment. Read more

 
 
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