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Planners strongly negative on Budget

  May 05, 2016 


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Budget gets negative planner response

A survey of financial planners has revealed an overwhelmingly negative response to the Federal Budget changes. Read more

Super budget changes ups family trust appeal

Family trusts may suddenly seem more attractive in light of the changes to the superannuation system in the Federal Budget, according to HLB Mann Judd. Read more

Will high income earners exit super for property?

The Federal Treasurer, Scott Morrison, has rejected suggestions high income earners will necessarily exit super and look to property investments. Read more

Discontinued UK business drags on NAB half

While the discontinuation of business in the UK has dragged on NAB’s half-year result, NAB Wealth has shone with a 12 per cent increase in cash earnings. Read more

Increased performance fees boost BTIM

A 97 per cent increase in performance fees has helped BTIM post a 33 per cent increase of cash net profit after tax. Read more

Concessional cap flexibility will help people play catch-up

The ability to roll over unused concessional caps over five years will help people play catch-up with their super, AIST believes. Read more

Investors fail in Babcock and Brown appeal

Babcock and Brown investors are counting additional costs after the Federal Court of Australia dismissed their appeal that the firm had failed to provide important information. Read more


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

Accountant’s licensing regime – appropriate or flawed?

There has been much said and written about the new accountants licensing regime, but specialist financial services lawyer, Ian McDermott suggests it may not actually be fit for purpose. Read more


What does it take to join the $220k+ club?

When it comes to taking home the big bucks in the planning industry, it is experience that counts, the Money Management Salary Survey reveals. Read more

Movers and shakers in scaled advice

Video advice takes off, older Australians take up phone-based advice, and more people want comprehensive advice instead of scaled, Jessica Amir finds. Read more

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