The concept of ‘free SMSF set-up’ has been criticised as a “gimmick” which may have hidden costs and may impose restrictions on trus
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The Property Investment Professionals of Australia (PIPA) has issued a caution to practitioners who are unlawfully giving SMSF advice.
The finance minister’s recent freeze on changes to the FOFA reforms was a favourable move, according to the SMSF Professionals’ Associat
The corporate regulator has said that superannuation is its greatest challenge and that the growth in SMSFs is one of its main focus areas.
The concept of free SMSF set-up is not problematic and can be a valid marketing tool, according to several SMSF practitioners.
Trustees should be required to have a minimum level of education to operate an SMSF, according to one financial services analyst.
SMSF trustees tend to be “more sticky” and more likely to stay with a planning practice due to the financial complexity of their funds,
Andrew Hamilton, AMP’s SMSF administration director, will be departing from the finance giant later this year.
The Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) has rejected the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia's (ICAA's) continue
THE ATO has revealed the level of risk it believes limited recourse borrowing arrangements (LRBAs) pose to the SMSF sector and its “surpri
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