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Miranda Brownlee

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Miranda Brownlee is the deputy editor of SMSF Adviser, which is the leading source of news, strategy and educational content for professionals working in the SMSF sector.

Since joining the team in 2014, Miranda has been responsible for breaking some of the biggest superannuation stories in Australia, and has reported extensively on technical strategy and legislative updates.
Miranda also has broad business and financial services reporting experience, having written for titles including Investor Daily, ifa and Accountants Daily.

You can email Miranda on: [email protected]momentummedia.com.au
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FAR to display tax (financial) advice services from February

ASIC’s Financial Advisers Register will display whether a financial adviser can provide tax (financial) advice service... Read More

Auditor flags surprising traps with e-signatures and SMSFs

A specialist auditor has explained some of the grey areas and confusing aspects of electronic signatures and SMSF docume... Read More
SMSF Association welcomes LRBA findings in CFR report

SMSF Association welcomes LRBA findings in CFR report

The SMSF Association has welcomed findings from the Council of Financial Regulators report that SMSF borrowing poses no ... Read More
Trustee disqualifications see fourfold increase

Trustee disqualifications see fourfold increase

Over 300 SMSF trustees have been disqualified this financial year so far year as the ATO steps up its compliance action ... Read More
‘Concerning’ loan arrangements surfacing, technical expert warns

‘Concerning’ loan arrangements surfacing, technical expert warns

SMSF professionals need to be very cautious of SMSF investments where the terms of the arrangement suggest there is like... Read More
ASIC inquiries an opportunity to prevent future fraud against SMSFs

ASIC inquiries an opportunity to prevent future fraud against SMSFs

An advocacy group says the upcoming inquiries into ASIC represents an opportunity to examine some of the previous failin... Read More
Investment scams posing ‘real risk’ to SMSF sector

Investment scams posing ‘real risk’ to SMSF sector

With investment scams on the rise and becoming more sophisticated, SMSF professionals play a critical role in protecting... Read More
SMSFA hopeful MIS review will consider CSLR

SMSFA hopeful MIS review will consider CSLR

The SMSF Association expects the government’s review into managed investment schemes will also examine the compensatio... Read More
Capacity tipped to become big issue in future BDBN disputes

Capacity tipped to become big issue in future BDBN disputes

Advisers have been warned that incapacity issue are likely to be a significant factor in disputes over binding death ben... Read More
Court makes declaratory order in estate planning dispute

Court makes declaratory order in estate planning dispute

The Supreme Court of the ACT has provided declaratory relief to the executor of an estate in a dispute involving a super... Read More
Regulators report tipped to shape LRBA policy agenda

Regulators report tipped to shape LRBA policy agenda

The outcomes in the report by the Council of Financial Regulators into leverage in super could determine the fate of SMS... Read More
TBC freeze still a possibility for May budget

TBC freeze still a possibility for May budget

With indexation of the transfer balance cap likely to go as high as $1.9 million next financial year, a freeze on indexa... Read More
RBA announces seventh rate hike for November

RBA announces seventh rate hike for November

The Reserve Bank has handed down its latest interest rate decision following mixed predictions from economists and comme... Read More
SMSF advisers warned on common dispute issues with MDAs

SMSF advisers warned on common dispute issues with MDAs

With managed discretionary account services increasingly being offered, AFCA has cautioned advisers on some of the SMSF ... Read More
SMSF insurance strategies flagged for Gen X clients

SMSF insurance strategies flagged for Gen X clients

With almost two-thirds of SMSFs now being set up by generation X, an SMSF services provider has highlighted some of the ... Read More

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