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SMSF tax deadline extension welcomed

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Infocus adds advice business

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Decline in mortgage holders with real equity

More than 300,000 Australian mortgage holders were at considerable risk from the low level of real equity in their home. For more
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GBST flags earnings downgrade

Financial services technology provider, GBST has flagged an earnings downgrade on the back of lower services revenue and challenges in the UK. For more

Self-employed need better retirement strategy

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Call for mandatory tax reporting

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Equip and Rio Tinto Super merger in works

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