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Fewer SMSFs are using financial planners, but trustees want advice, while accountants and planners want software to boost their relationship, according to Investment Trends. Read more
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Is workplace super the new advice driver?

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Planners warned on ‘gap trap’

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Negative gearing changes to sting young property investors

Tinkering with negative gearing rules will punish young property investors who are generally on lower marginal tax rates, the Stockbrokers Association argued. Read more

Multi-asset sector continues expansion

The latest Lonsec research confirms the rapid growth of multi-asset funds and products. Read more
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Multinationals come under ATO spotlight

Multinationals are being warned to think twice before shipping their Australian earnings offshore to minimise their tax liabilities. Read more

Paradigm hires from industry funds sector

Paradigm Group has poached Carsten Zuber from Industry Fund Services as head of operations to focus on the firm’s risk insurance sector. Read more
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Former NAB planner banned

ASIC bans former financial planner after receiving information from National Australia Bank. Read more

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Banking Royal Commission an electoral theatre prop

The Federal Opposition’s calls for a Royal Commission into the banking industry represents a continuation of a campaign started by industry funds nearly three years ago. Read more

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SMSF guidelines on related party borrowings

Catherine Chivers runs through the ATO's new guidelines which seek to clarify safe harbour terms for an SMSF when they structure their LRBAs to comply with arm's length dealings. Read more

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