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SSFS rebrands to StatePlus

To move into the digital age and become more client centric, SSFS has grown its planner numbers and changed its advice model. Read more

Class Super files IPO prospectus

Self-managed superannuation fund administration provider, Class Super, has started its process towards its listing on the Australian Securities Exchange. Read more
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Govt delivers on private company privacy

The Federal Government has succeeded in having legislation protecting the tax privacy of Australian private companies pass the Parliament. Read more

Differing rules on direct property ‘astounding’

Despite moves to make the advice industry more transparent, it was surprising that direct property was still not a financial product, according to financial planner Lisa Duggan. Read more
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Independent director quotas a backward step: AIST

Legislating for non-profit superannuation funds’ boards to be made up of one-third independent directors would be a backward step, the AIST believes. Read more

ASIC’s WMP claims eighth adviser

ASIC has announced the permanent banning of a former Westpac authorised representative from providing financial services. Read more
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Retail derivative issuer’s AFSL cancelled

LSG Group’s AFSL has been cancelled by ASIC after it failed to comply with the conditions on its licence and financial services laws. Read more

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Planner numbers settle after turbulent year

Jason Spits writes that both aligned and non-aligned groups are reporting milder changes in their numbers than those seen in the past. Read more
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Non-aligned advisers emerge from fog of numbers

AMP and the big four control even less of the wider market than first revealed by Money Management and far short of the 80 per cent ownership figure often spoken about in mainstream media, Jason Spits writes. Read more

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Super governance not the biggest issue

The Grattan Institute's Jim Minifie argues that the super governance reforms currently being pursued by the Government are defensible - but not the main game for members. Read more
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ABC of retirement income streams

Andrew Lowe answers some common questions around income stream planning, including eligibility to make super contributions, and starting or winding up an income streams. Read more
 
 
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