Sunday, April 23, 2017
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Strategies for closing women’s super gap to dominate Summit

Women enter retirement with, on average, super balances barely half those of men. Changing this fact will be the focus of the Women, Super and Wealth Summit on April 27.

Sedgwick Review’s reforms just don’t go far enough

The Sedgwick report’s recommendations leave too many advisers – and too many asset-based fee arrangements – unchanged to give the industry what it needs.

The balance cap is easier to navigate without buying the myths

The complicated changes around pension balances require careful consideration to gain the best tax position for SMSF clients. Steering clear of the myths is a good start.

The future belongs to the professionally managed

To take advantage of growth opportunities, a practice must develop characteristics of a successful business. There are systems and processes but the first step is a commitment.

Super’s gender gap won’t survive an engaged youth brigade

The entire sector must dedicate itself to teaching girls financial independence with tools that make it accessible and easy.

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