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  Nov 13, 2015 

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ATO targets private company partnerships

The ATO is reviewing private company partnerships that enable individuals to access business profits without paying ‘top-up’ income tax at their marginal rates of tax. Read more

Slow innovation forces hand: Bristow

A claimed lack of innovation in the financial planning software sector has seen independently-owned advice group, Infocus Wealth Management, develop an in-house managed accounts solution. Read more

ANZ set to pay $13 million for bonus interest breach

ANZ will pay approximately $13 million in compensation after failing to accurately apply bonus interest to customers’ Progress Saver Accounts for a number of years. Read more

CBA to make tech hub at ATP

CBA will be the Australian Technology Park’s anchor tenant, following the successful acquisition of the site by Mirvac, AMP Capital and Sunsuper. Read more

Sentiment up as company directors support tax reform

Sentiment amongst Australia’s company directors has risen to its highest level in two years following the recent appointment of Malcolm Turnbull as Prime Minister. Read more

Topdocs launches ABN tool for advisers

Specialist advice and legal document provider, Topdocs, has unveiled a new registration tool to help advisers streamline applications when processing self-managed super fund documentation. Read more

60% likely to be ultimate default under LIF

Rice Warner predicts 60 per cent will become the ultimate LIF default and that other major banks may emulate NAB in exiting life insurance manufacturing. Read more

Expert Analysis

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

When balance is needed on EDR

If planners and licensees are asked to cede ground on the monetary and time limits which apply to FOS claims, then consequent FOS decisions must be laid open to appeals, Mike Taylor writes. Read more


Building a boutique not without challenges

Success does not come easily to boutique fund managers who have to jump several hurdles to find their way onto advisers’ approved product lists. Read more

The gender card in retirement

Women are still playing catch-up to men when it comes to retirement income and it is seemingly not getting any easier. Jassmyn Goh finds out what can help half the population close this gap for a better retirement. Read more


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