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PC says TTR mostly used by the wealthy

The Productivity Commission has questioned whether TTR pensions are a valid policy device or a tax planning vehicle for the wealthy. Read more
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Court battle - CPA Australia vs Chartered Accountants

Two of the key accounting bodies, CPA Australia and Chartered Accountants Australia and NZ are fighting it out in the NZ High Court over allegations of professional denigration. Read more

NAB Wealth creates customer-focused role

NAB Wealth appointed James Meade to the new role of head of partnerships development, which will focus on customer attitudes to financial advice. Read more
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Pensioners to hold onto houses

Pensioners are being advised to hold onto their homes or upgrade to more expensive houses to reduce the amount of capital beyond the pension assets test. Read more

Foreign investment rules need transparency

Financial advisers must monitor the legality of foreign investment into Australian property, amidst calls for transparent rules to govern the investors. Read more
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Decimal strikes deal to offer advice software to mutual bank

Financial advice software provider Decimal will offer its online advice platform to more than 100,000 members of a customer-owned mutual bank. Read more

MySuper to outperform SMSFs

Strong growth in overseas share markets has helped MySuper funds to outperform SMSFs with 31 per cent on average allocated to overseas listed equities, an investment trends report has found. Read more
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Strong super returns from currency and global equity

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Rate the Raters

Lonsec and Zenith lead title chase

Nicholas O'Donoghue writes that for the second year running, the gap between ratings houses, Lonsec and Zenith Investment Partners, has been too close to call, in the first part of Money Management's Annual Rate the Raters survey. Read more
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Expert Analysis

Damned if they did, damned if they didn’t

Money Management’s Mike Taylor writes that, for the AFA, the whole life/risk reform process was a case of damned if you do and damned if you don’t. Read more

Need for super fund balance

Industry funds have criticised the Government’s move to impose one-third independent directors on superannuation funds plus an independent chair but, as Mike Taylor reports, many funds have already moved. Read more

Healthy transition to retirement

Australians may need to work longer to save more for retirement and a longer life, but Paul Sainsbury asks whether they will be healthy enough to work until 70. Read more

Advisers leading an army of robots

In the ‘second machine age’, advisers must find faster, cheaper ways of providing holistic financial advice while still holding the client’s hand, Andy Marshall writes. Read more

Features

A green thumbs-up to responsible investment

Arguing against responsible investment strategies is becoming an increasingly difficult thing to do, with fund performance and investor ambitions aligning, writes Nicholas O’Donoghue. Read more

E’s not just for environment in ESG investing

The environment is not the only ‘e’ being considered when investors think of ESG investing, with ethics also a key consideration. Read more
 
 
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