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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: miranda.brownlee@momentummedia.com.au
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Heffron launches Super Foundations course

SMSF service provider Heffron has developed a foundations course designed to quickly upskill employees new to superannua... Read More

ATO updates guidance on death benefits

The Tax Office has provided new guidance on when benefits requested members shortly before death will be a member benefi... Read More

QAR recommendations require ‘deeper scrutiny’

Lifespan Financial Planning has welcomed some of the key aspects of the final QAR report, but says further scrutiny of t... Read More

‘Real disappointment’: NALE proposals fall short of industry expec...

The proposed changes to the NALE rules fail to address many of the industry concerns raised in regard to specific expens... Read More

SuperConcepts reveals key initiatives for 2023

The SMSF services provider will add a range of new features to its SuperMate software this year including property proce... Read More

Tips and traps flagged for TRISs with TBC indexation

A technical expert has highlighted some important planning considerations for clients with transition to retirement inco... Read More

ATO issues warning on Ponzi schemes

The ATO has flagged Ponzi schemes as a focus area in its fight against tax crime and has warned investors on some of the... Read More

AIST pushes for tougher restrictions on cold calls by advice firms

The industry body has raised concerns about planning firms using cold calls to push poorly-performing super products ont... Read More

Court extends caveat in case involving succession dispute

The NSW Supreme Court has made orders in relation to two caveats that were made as part of a succession dispute involvin... Read More

Important issue flagged in meeting CSHC test

Following the recent income test changes for the Commonwealth Seniors’ Health Card, a technical specialist has highlig... Read More

ABN reforms create ‘unnecessary red tape’ for SMSFs

The SMSF Association has called for SMSFs to be excluded from the proposed measures for ABNs. Read More

ATO issues fresh warning on illegal early access schemes

With illegal early access schemes on the rise, the Tax Office has issued a fact sheet warning super members about the pr... Read More

Serial lodger sentenced after falsely claiming tax deductions

A South Australian woman has been sentenced after falsely claiming almost $10,000 in income tax deductions and making fa... Read More

Super funds ‘armed and ready’ to meet retirement advice gap

Superannuation funds are expected to move quickly with their advice offerings if the government adopts proposals to remo... Read More

Modernising measures to bring big changes for SMSFs

The government’s continued focus on modernising business communications and registers alongside its plans for the SIS ... Read More


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