Average SMSF contributions for 2013 have decreased and the trend of funds holding significant amounts of cash has continued to taper, accord
AMP’s SMSF business has continued its market dominance, with the finance giant set to continue chasing growth in the sector.
Accountants who are SMSF Professionals’ Association of Australia (SPAA) members are getting on board with the new licensing regime ahead o
Class Financial Systems, developer of SMSF software Class Super, has extended its ‘No Click’ suite of automated data feeds.
In a bid to entice more SMSF investors into the market, FIIG Securities has cut the minimum corporate bond investment size from $50,000 to $
A majority of respondents to an SMSF Adviser straw poll, along with the SMSF Professionals’ Association of Australia (SPAA), have said the
Fund managers who are large shareholders in their own fund offer an attractive vehicle for SMSF trustees to invest in, according to Cadence
Australian Unity has labelled the SMSF gravitation towards cash a “significant issue”, despite recent research which suggests SMSF alloc
The ASX Managed Funds Service (AMFS) has the potential to be a “game changer” for SMSFs in the mould that exchange traded funds (ETFs) w
BGL has released a closed beta of Simple Fund 360 to 30 clients, according to an announcement from the software provider.
Increasing “ownership” of investment decisions is lifting the popularity of exchanged traded funds (ETFs) within the SMSF industry,
SMSF investors should not assume that the recent strong performance in international markets will continue, warns Wingate Asset Management.
The introduction of a limited licence and removal of the accountants’ exemption means we are currently looking at the biggest growth oppor
Several major superannuation changes that will impact SMSF practitioners have been left in limbo, with parliament not sitting again uuntil t
A new tax determination from the Australian Taxation Office will have implications for SMSF members who own property.
Despite tension seen during the recent Tax Agent Services Act (TASA) negotiations, the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) expects there w
Advisers are being warned to be wary of the starting dates for pensions, according to Townsends Business and Corporate Lawyers.
The Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) says the government should scrap, rather than simply defer, the $2,000 self-education expenses cap
OneVue has extended its range of SMSF services following feedback from accountants and advisers as the sector continues to boom.
The regulator has highlighted a gap between new licensees offering SMSF services and their adviser training requirements.
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