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  Oct 22, 2015 

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Existing planners in limbo over FSI response

The Government’s decision to lift minimum education standards for new planners puts 22,500 existing financial planners in limbo, DeakinPrime warned. Read more

Consumers expect planners to be professionals

Consumers go to planners with the belief that they are professionals in the same context as lawyers and accountants, and are surprised when they find otherwise. Read more

Is an independent chair worth $100,000 a year?

The Government’s changes to superannuation fund governance could cost some funds around $100,000 a year for an independent chairman and up to $60,000 a year for independent directors. Read more

NAB must restore trust in its advice: Slater and Gordon

NAB’s remediation scheme must be fair and equitable, if it is to work to restore trust in the financial advice sector, Slater and Gordon believes. Read more

Financial services disputes down 12pc: FOS

Financial difficulty disputes declined by 12 per cent over the last 12 months despite the controversies engulfing the planning sector. Read more

Industry view on risk a mistake

Risk is multidimensional and is not able to be measured numerically through benchmarks, according to Atrium Investment Management. Read more

Super funds have another difficult month

With growth assets generally struggling in September, median growth super funds recorded a fall of 1.1 per cent for the month, according to Morningstar. Read more


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

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


Split super to boost age pension?

Anna Mirzoyan asks if the superannuation contribution splitting strategy can improve a member’s future entitlement to the Age Pension. Read more

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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