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TTR changes should not hinder low income earners: Opposition

The Federal opposition is consulting with stakeholders and experts to ensure Budget proposal changes do not negatively impact people on lower incomes. Read more
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O'Dwyer plays up Budget super positives

Assistant Treasurer, Kelly O'Dwyer, has opened Super Review's Future of Super summit pointing to the positives in the Government super Budget changes. Read more

Planners and accountants will merge

Planners and accountants will increasingly merge under an advice structure due to business sustainability and client demand, but they must be a cultural fit to succeed. Read more
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SMSFA links with advice firm for adviser training

The SMSF Association has partnered with wealth management firm, Morgans Financial, to provide SMSF training to its authorised representatives. Read more

AIA launches wellness program for advisers

AIA launches a wellness program to improve advisers' productivity and personal and professional "wellbeing". Read more
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Perth firm signs on MDA service

Self-licensed Knight Financial Advisors has partnered with Managed Accounts Holdings to introduce an MDA service, which will see $300 million moved to the service. Read more

RSM appoint national chair

Accounting firm RSM is expanding, and has appointed Jamie O'Rourke as the new national chair following the retirement of its current chair after 16 years. Read more
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BetaShares managed risk funds FUM exceeds $200m

BetaShares managed risk series of ETFs, which reduces falling market exposure, has grown to over $200 million in FUM. Read more

Editorial

Unsettling the political heartland

The Government appears to have upset some rusted-on Liberal voters with its Budget changes to superannuation but it remains to be seen whether it will actually matter on polling day, Mike Taylor writes. Read more
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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

Expert Analysis

Diversify to profit in uncertain times

Although the global economy appeared to slow in the second half of last year, growth is forecast to pick up somewhat this year and then to lift again in 2017. To counter market uncertainties, investors should hold diversified portfolios, Conrad Burge writes. Read more

Defining a strong value proposition in an evolving market

With the blurring of what services financial advisory practices deliver, advisers need to define what drives value in their business to stay on top of their game, David Clatworthy writes. Read more

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Key year-end strategies for retirement clients

Michael McLean looks at key year-end strategies clients can apply to manage tax effectively and boost savings in light of the 2016 Federal Budget. Read more
 
 
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