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Advice gap could see retirees fleeing

Industry funds held significantly more pension members than retail funds but risked losing them due to a large advice capability gap. Read more

Consumers confused by industry and retail funds

Consumers are most interested in knowing the difference between industry and retail super funds, super fees, and life insurance within super, according to CANSTAR. Read more
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Reams of paper won’t stop bad decisions: ASIC

ASIC said documentation won't change consumer biases and behaviours, and has called on institutions to lead consumers to appropriate choices while examining their own cultures and behaviours. Read more

Reduced SG penalty will help small businesses

Accountants have welcomed the Government’s proposal to reduce the SG late payment penalty, believing the penalty is unreasonable. Read more
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AMP increases education requirements for Adviser Academy

Advisers looking to join the AMP Adviser Academy will have to meet increased entry standards, as the company pushes to boost professional standards. Read more

Tax agents push against online service

Tax agents are resisting the ATO’s push for taxpayers to use its online myTax service this tax season. Read more
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Dover signs with Midwinter for advice expansion

Non-aligned planning group signs Midwinter in effort to expand advice offering. Read more

Features

Asian dragon lost its fire? – Asian Equities

Investors deterred by the current headlines around China have been given one piece of advice – keep calm and think long term. Read more
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Re-kindling the investment bond

Investment bonds have not been front of mind for many advisers in the past 20 years but are slowly coming back into vogue. Jassmyn Goh finds out what has changed. Read more

Expert Analysis

Advice impacts of relationship breakdown

Financial planners play a vital role for clients during a relationship breakdown, and they must join hands with legal and tax advisers, Catherine Chivers writes. Read more
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Funding retirement warrants some investing

Rob Hay looks at how using ASX-listed self-funding instalment warrants could help pre-retirees build a tidy nest egg in a low interest rate environment. Read more

Editorial

Education and equal pay the answer

The inaugural Money Management Women’s Wealth event pointed to equal pay and financial literacy as being two key pillars for achieving equity in women’s wealth accumulation. Read more

When regulatory change goes too far

ASIC chairman, Greg Medcraft, will leave a legacy of significant change, but product intervention powers and a user-pays regime might ultimately prove problematic. Read more
 
 
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