SMSF Adviser today announced the launch of this year's SMSF Awards, recognising excellence and innovation in SMSF service providers.
Now in its third year, the SMSF Awards highlights the organisations that are best servicing the needs of the SMSF sector based on the sentiments, insights and feedback of SMSF practitioners.
Terry Braithwaite, associate publisher of SMSF Adviser, said the SMSF Awards recognise the companies that are delivering exceptional service and are a benchmark for excellence in this sector.
“Securing a coveted SMSF Award is a milestone for any business and confirms their level of commitment to the sector as well as to the advisers and trustees they support,” he said
The winners are decided based on the votes of SMSF professionals, and Mr Braithwaite urged all practitioners to have their say by giving feedback on the companies and products they use or recommend.
“We’re seeking the involvement of all SMSF professionals in this awards program and I urge you to get involved by offering insights into the service, support, pricing and other aspects associated with SMSF services and products. Participating is easy and it only takes around five minutes to complete the online questionnaire,” he said.
“Through your support you’ll help us build a holistic picture of the best-performing products and services in this sector, helping to champion the growth of the SMSF advice industry and the very important role it plays in helping Australians build a healthier and happier retirement.”
To cast your votes, please click here.
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