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Govt urged to fix legacy life products

The Federal Government has been urged to use the Budget to speed up the rationalisation of legacy life insurance products. Read more

Emulate industry funds on SG pursuit says former planner

Retail fund administrators need to emulate the example of industry funds in protecting members against non-payment of the super guarantee, says a former planner. Read more
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Almost half live pay-cheque to pay-cheque

Almost half of Australians live pay-cheque to pay-cheque, while majority have a skewed view of their socioeconomic standing, MLC research reveals. Read more

FWC finds para-planner’s dismissal not ‘unfair’

A para-planner who was dismissed without warning, has failed to have the decision ruled as “unfair”, despite his employer failing to abide by the industry award. Read more
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AIA Australia announces digital overhaul

Life insurer AIA Australia has re-launched its website with a renewed focus on customer-centricity. Read more

ETFs receive positive inflows for January

The ETF sector lost 4.3 per cent of its FUM in January thanks to a decrease in asset values, according to BetaShares. Read more
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FDA critical in the face of cyber breaches

Cyber breaches are the fastest growing security risks facing businesses today and this is driving increased investment in forensic data analytics, according to a new study by EY. Read more

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
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Transitionary arrangements the key to new regime

Many financial planners may choose to leave the industry over the next two years, but the Government and the regulators can minimise those exits by getting the transitionary arrangements right, Mike Taylor 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
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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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