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.

3% per cent cap on super fees: why it matters

Tuesday, 26 June 2018
The swift progress of Kelly O’Dwyer’s plan to limit charges on Super to 3 per cent is a sign of the appetite for regulation in Parliament. All sectors will feel the impact.

The case for a ban on value-based SMSF fees

Monday, 18 June 2018
We can hope that one outcome of the Productivity Commission’s review of the superannuation industry will be a ban on administration costs based on the value of an SMSF’s assets.

Productivity Commission proposal would transform super

Tuesday, 29 May 2018
A plan to limit default super to 10 top-performing funds would ‘dramatically change’ retirement funding, ASFA chief executive Dr Martin Fahy says.

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