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Super tinkering lifts advice opportunities

  May 31, 2016 

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Opportunity knocks amidst Budget changes

Advisers should see changes in regulation and the Budget as an opportunity to re-engage with old clients and acquire new clients, a planning group executive said. Read more

Govt and ATO facing Budget implementation challenge

Extensive consultation will be needed between the Govt, the ATO and the financial services industry to overcome the technical intricacies of Budget implementation. Read more

25 per cent of self-employed have super

Self-employed people aged between 60 and 64 have around half the super of employees under SG, according to ASFA. Read more

Downey joins MLC Advice Partnerships

Major Australian wealth manager, MLC, has today appointed Michael Downey to the role of head of practice development. Read more

Super and investment funds down in March

FUM in super and retirement incomes sector posted a fall of 3.4 per cent at the end of March as negative earnings more than offset new money flow, according to DEXX&R. Read more

ASIC to review regulation on managed investment fees

ASIC will review its management fees regulatory framework (class order) and is seeking feedback from the financial services industry. Read more

SMEs still not SuperStream compliant

More than a quarter of non-compliant SuperStream SMEs are finding the process confusing, according to MYOB. Read more


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

Expert Analysis

Opportunities in Australian listed real estate

Mark Ferguson explores the opportunities in Australian real estate investment trusts, and outlines the sector outlook in different segments. Read more

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


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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