Advisers are calling for a review of the $1.6m TBC in light of the recent market downturn, pointing to other recent concessional measures including cuts to deeming rates and minimum pension withdrawals.
Tahn SharpeApril 6, 2020
Calls are mounting for trustees to delay implementation of new rules blocking advice fees from coming out of super funds, with advisers struggling to get client authorisations and government not sitting to pass the legislation until after the scheduled July 1 start date.
Tahn SharpeApril 1, 2020
Non-executive director Ian Knox offers his view on the role regulators and policy makers need to play in the midst of this latest financial crisis.
Ian KnoxMarch 20, 2020
Calls are mounting for the proposed regulatory changes in July, such as the annual opt-in rule, to be postponed so that advisers can focus their efforts on guiding clients through the coronavirus crisis.
Tahn SharpeMarch 18, 2020
Best interest duty for mortgage brokers is a step forward for an industry moving towards professionalism, but it could also mean a shift towards cheap and ill-fitting loans agreements.
Tahn SharpeMarch 13, 2020