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Are the Budget super numbers wrong?

  May 16, 2016 

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Budget super data erroneous - BGL

The use of poor data means the Federal Government may have seriously under-estimated the impact of the Federal Budget on SMSFs. Read more

Planner selections critical to PSB

Selections will be critical to the success or otherwise of the Professional Standards Body covering the financial planning industry. Read more

Financial plans turned on its head?

Changes to superannuation in the Budget that may result in changes to clients’ financial plans is a cause for consternation for planners and their clients, the FPA said. Read more

Law changes encourage declaring bankruptcy

Law changes incentivise Australians to declare bankruptcy as the new law would reduce the default period from three years to 12 months, according to personal insolvency experts. Read more

IOSCO Board announces new chair

Former International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) vice chair, Ashley Alder, has been announced as the chair of the new IOSCO board at its inaugural meeting in Peru. Read more

Betashares gives access to European and Japanese ETFs

Investors want ETFs to get exposure to overseas markets and now they can access Japan and Europe markets, hedged to the Australian dollar. Read more

Convicted planner permanently banned

ASIC has permanently banned a NSW financial services licence holder from providing financial services after it found he was convicted of multiple counts of fraud and other offences. Read more


Fund Manager of the Year 2016

Finalists for all categories have been announced! Click here to see who has qualified! Read more


Kicking the super can down the road

The Federal Government has lost sight of the long-run Budget benefit of encouraging retirement incomes self-sufficiency by lowering the concessional super contribution cap. Read more

ASIC fishing in the claims management pond

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has acknowledged that it has had little cause to scrutinise insurance claims handling and it will be highly reliant on external guidance to do so. Read more


Holding insurance within superannuation

Holding personal insurance through super may be worth considering for the right client, and advisers need to be aware of not only the benefits but also the tax consequences and complexity. Read more


Avoiding investment potholes

If there is one pattern emerging in portfolio management, it is that avoiding the resources sector has benefited investors as much as choosing to invest in other sectors such as technology, healthcare, and infrastructure, Malavika Santhebennur writes. Read more

Law and order in financial services

Advisers could face hefty lawsuits if they are unable to keep pace with regulatory change and capability development. Jassmyn Goh finds out how advisers can avoid legal traps. Read more

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