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Synchron victorious on commissions, fees and payroll tax

Dealer group Synchron has won a key legal battle securing the exclusion of commissions and fees on behalf of advisers from the calculation of payroll tax. Read more

OneVue to acquire Diversa

Publicly listed companies, OneVue and Diversa, have agreed on a merger move, under which OneVue will acquire all of Diversa’s ordinary shares, according to an ASX announcement. Read more

Benefits of insurance within super sometimes illusory

Regulatory anomalies can mean the benefits of obtaining insurance within superannuation can be eroded at claims time. Read more

Highest growth for employer and personal super

By 2025 personal super will account for 18 per cent of total super assets, and employer super 16 per cent, according to DEXX&R. Read more

Tech to up pressure on adviser accountability

The rapid increase of communication technology and social media use, along with regulatory change, will make financial advice businesses more accountable than ever to the general public. Read more

LIC market slightly up in April

Diversity in the market helped grow the total market capitalisation of the listed investment companies market in April, according to Zenith Investment Partners. Read more

ASIC curbs phony pet insurance claims

Petplan Australasia Pty Ltd is updating its Petplan advertising after customers were exposed to misleading insurance information. Read more


Justified Royal Commission or brutal payback?

Federal Opposition leader, Bill Shorten, has declared that a Labor victory will bring forth a Royal Commission into the banks but the reality is that all sections of the financial services industry will be in the spotlight. Read more

Budget super changes open to refinement

Mike Taylor writes that the critics of the Government’s Budget super changes should expect minor tactical adjustments rather than major reversals. Read more


Impacts of the 2016 Budget superannuation measures

Catherine Chivers looks at the key changes and potential Budget 2016 impacts on superannuation and taxation of small businesses. Read more


Miscellaneous concerns – Adviser Sentiment part 3

Malavika Santhebennur finds out what else is on advisers’ minds other than the 2016 Federal Budget and FOFA in part three of this feature. Read more

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