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The Financial Services Council has declared its members do not believe they should be made to pay for the financial planning mistakes of other businesses. For more
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Face-to-face advice demand rises for UniSuper

UniSuper members were demanding more face-to-face advice despite the rise of robo-advice, with initial appointments growing by over 20 per cent. For more

No changes to 'stapled' structures in Budget

The Federal Government is looking to tighten the arrangements around 'stapled' structures but is not ready to announce anything in the Budget. For more
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Senate committee critical of ATO on unpaid SG

Industry Super Australia is claiming vindication after a Senate Committee confirmed significant shortcomings in how the ATO handles the non-payment of the superannuation guarantee. For more

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Schroders recalls the 'good old days'

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Business owners need to pay themselves super

Business owners, particularly women, were neglecting to pay themselves superannuation, and risked reaching retirement with a considerably lower balance than salaried employees. For more
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Unlicensed SMSF wrongdoer stung twice

A formerly-convicted South Melbourne resident had again been convicted yesterday in court for operating a financial services business without a license. For more

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Laying estate planning fears to rest

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