Two court cases have laid the blame for poor SMSF documentation and investments at the feet of auditors. It’s not a ‘tick and flick’ exercise and there are lessons for SMSF trustees and professionals.
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The characteristic tone of the Royal Commission was set on the first day focus on financial advice, and no witness has been able to defend commissions to advisers and the vertical integration model.
The Royal Commission is asking whether percentage-based fees offer the wrong incentives and why administration is not a flat fee business. Where might this go in wealth management?
As pensioners and advisers adapt to the asset test changes, they should not place a different value on a dollar of income and a dollar of accumulated capital to support a retiree’s lifestyle.
In this series on leadership, the focus turns to superannuation funds and the need for quality financial advice to retain members up to and throughout their retirement.
If you don’t want to settle for a managed fund’s performance letter once a year or have a mistrust for the long term, then these Ten Commandments are a less conventional approach.
ASIC statement on Commonwealth Financial Planning and 4 Corners programme.