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Accountants warned on tax evasion

  May 17, 2016 

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Accountants warned on tax evasion complicity

Accountants have been warned that there are consequences if they don’t clamp down on tax scams and evasion. Read more

Business ordered to refund $85,000 in ‘lost’ SMSF monies

An advice firm which allegedly gave conflicted advice has been ordered by a court to pay back the lost SMSF monies. Read more

Midwinter and Suitebox solve opt-in issue

Midwinter and Suitebox’s remote meeting capability now allows advisers to bring up their opt-in document electronically. Read more

Investment bonds an alternative to super

Investors looking for tax-effective savings options other than superannuation may find investment bonds a useful alternative. Read more

Australia’s super system might be improved

New SM bonds may help improve Australia’s superannuation system, according to new academic research. Read more

Saxo Capital Markets hires Aussie CEO

Investment specialist Saxo Capital Markets has appointed former Deutsche Bank vice president as its Australian chief executive. 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

Expert Analysis

Spotlight on strategic advice for SMSFs

While understanding the intricacies of SMSFs require specialist training and education it is well worth the effort for advisers to be able to provide comprehensive SMSF advice, Burgess writes. Read more

Trauma policies need informed debate

Life insurance solutions should be linked to impacts, not causation, and should provide benefits based on the claimant's outcome of an illness rather than just on the condition meeting a particular definition, Gavin Teichner 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

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

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