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Saturday, October 29, 2016
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The not-so-mysterious case of the banks' disappearing financial advice

Simon Hoyle writes in light of banks and financial institutions being found to have charged for “no advice”, let’s hope the banks don’t try to “help” too much with the new code of ethics.


New assets test a potential hazard for account-based pensions

Max Newnham writes that people with a large lump sum currently receiving an age pension would be better off commuting the pension, taking the lump sum and starting a new account-based pension.


Low interest rates may be a case of history repeating – Part 2

In the second instalment of this analysis, Roger Montgomery writes that talk of a new era of persistently low interest rates may not be the “new normal” that has become the consensus view.


Two new faces on board as FPA reveals election results

Two long-time Financial Planning Association members have been appointed as directors for the first time and another wins re-election to serve a second term.

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