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Labor proposes to tighten super tax belt

Labor has proposed to tighten super tax concessions on the $100,000 annual cap on non-concessional contributions and other areas, and to close other tax loopholes. For more
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ASIC advice levy to cost $24m

The financial advice industry could be expected to pay $24 million in levies to fund ASIC under the industry funding model, with much of it falling on personal advice providers on Tier 1 products. For more

Superannuation system should promote choice and competition

The superannuation system needed reform that would promote choice and competition and help become sustainable over the long-term, the FSC said. For more
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UK wealth managers show support for automated services

Wealth managers across the UK have responded well to an influx of digital platform offerings within their workspace. For more

Tax agent termination affirmed

A tax agent’s termination following six tax offences for lodge failures and non-compliance has been affirmed by the AAT. For more
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Senate told to wait on whistleblowing

The Governance Institute has urged the Senate to wait for hard evidence from a whistleblowing project from Griffith University before making recommendations rather than relying on hearsay. For more
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Less admin for OneCare

ANZ’s OneCare has launched new initiatives to streamline OneCare’s underwriting processes to allow advisers and clients to spend more time on wealth solutions. For more

CBA wealth reports increase

CBA has reported a slight uptick in AUM and FUA in its wealth management division in a period where the sector had not met expectations for other banks such as ANZ and Westpac. For more
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FPA announces award finalists

The FPA has revealed the finalists for the 2016 FPA awards and said applicants were of the highest standard that they had seen. For more

ETF industry resilient at previous month's high

Despite falling global markets, the ETF industry has remained at its previous month’s record funds under management high, according to BetaShares. For more

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Who will hold reins of professional standards body?

The Government’s creation of an independent standards body will alter the dynamics of the financial planning industry and create a new hierarchy. For more

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Looking to the future

Hugh Young looks at how regulatory and technological change will shape demands for more productive investments. For more

Yield investors need to actively manage risk while seeking returns

Mortgage funds may be a solution to the income generation challenge as they avoid an asset/liability mismatch and allows investors to tailor risk and return, Roy Prasad writes. For more

The ingredient to financial planning success

Trust needs to be established as a core competency to help deliver quality advice and to help consumer regain trust in financial services, Charmaine Cheung writes. For more
 
 
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