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Budget super changes could spell disaster

  Jun 01, 2016 

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Adviser and accountant animosity builds on super

A growing number of advisers and accountants are warning that the Government’s Budget super changes will have highly negative unintended consequences. Read more

Accountants lag on AFSL

Less than half of all accountants who intend on operating under a full or limited AFSL have met the licencing requirement to provide SMSF advice, despite the looming deadline, according to Investment Trends. Read more

Accountants on notice on advice and licensing

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission signalled it will be scrutinising accountants giving advice after 30 June. Read more

Adviser group rebukes FSC level commission stance

A life/risk adviser group has hit out against the FSC’s call for level commissions in the LIF, and accused it and the big banks of having undue influence on the Government over the issue. Read more

Bad publicity hurts consumers equally

Negative media coverage of financial planners hurt consumers as much as it tarnished the industry’s reputation as it stopped them seeking advice, a planner said. Read more

Banning order of ex-NAB aligned adviser reinforced

The Administrative Appeals Tribunal of Australia has reinforced a five-year financial services ban on an adviser to protect the public. Read more

New trust for Indigenous communities

Perpetual has launched a new native title and community trust to strengthen relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community clients. 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

Leverage a valid strategy if used correctly – Margin Lending Roundtable Part 1

Irrespective of the Federal Budget, leverage will remain an important strategy device for both planners and their clients, according to a Money Management roundtable. 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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