Robert offers extension on CIPRs but not on reform bill

Wednesday, 31 October 2018

Assistant Treasurer Stuart Robert wants the super overhaul passed by November’s end but agrees to two extra years and a higher balance threshold for CIPR requirement.

Assistant treasurer attacks Labor’s ‘retiree tax’

Tuesday, 30 October 2018
Stuart Robert ripped into Labor’s franking credit plan in Sydney today, asking how it could be targeted at the top end if 96 per cent of those affected earn less than $87,000.

Royal commission unlikely to boost Millennial super funds

Wednesday, 29 August 2018
The fallout from the revelations of the royal commission won’t lead to a boon for newer funds targeting the younger age cohort, according to Grow Super’s Joshua Wilson.

Allocation is where SMSFs are failing clients

Monday, 2 July 2018
A close look at ASIC’s recent findings reveals advisers’ unwarranted bias towards listed property assets and poor notions of bias, Max Newnham writes.

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