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ASIC tightens rules on SMSF advertising descriptors

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has ruled out property spruikes using terms such as “SMSF-ready” by property spruikers. Read more

ClearView posts strong result

ClearView declares end of “build” phase as it looks to extract advantages from post-LIF environment. Read more
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Most still taking super lump sums

Despite the push for pensions, the latest super data reveals that most people are still taking lump sums. Read more

IOOF en route to implementing PwC recommendations

IOOF has said it has implemented almost all recommendations made by PwC following an independent review of its breach reporting and research divisions. Read more
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Capital gains tax poised for overhaul

Australia’s capital gains tax regime will be overhauled following the introduction of two key legislative changes. Read more

Volatility spurs super funds to bolster governance

Super funds were focusing heavily on strengthening governance and turning to alternatives to weather market volatility and adapt to ageing populations. Read more
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Poor start to the year for median share manager

Despite a 3.9 per cent fall in the median Australian share manager, Australian listed property produced positive results over the year to 31 January 2016 at 7.3 per cent. Read more

Reducing CGT will hit retirement funds

AIST has rejected the Government’s proposal to reducing the CGT exemption for super funds, saying it will hit retirement savings. Read more
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Overseas interest to drive property market

Interest from offshore investors will enable Australian commercial property owners to obtain the maximum value for standalone assets and portfolios, an expert believes. Read more

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Age Pension and the Assets Test — How will your clients fare?

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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

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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