Posts tagged SMSF
Insurance within SMSF: Five key considerations

Smarter compliance. In a previous newsletter, we addressed five common errors  in Self-managed Super Fund advice. We also included some frightening statistics surrounding the level of trustee knowledge, and the adviser’s role in the advice process. In this article, a former adviser draws on his experience to nominate five critical considerations (and accompanying ballads) that deserve closer consideration.

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Why most SMSF advice sucks: Five common errors

Smarter Compliance. Since their introduction in 1999, the popularity of the SMSF has remained relatively constant despite the ups and downs experienced within the share market, housing market and industry. We review a lot of advice. While our experience with SMSF doesn’t entirely accord with ASIC’s view that 90% of SMSF advice is ‘poor’, we have noticed some common issues in the advice we have reviewed. This article discusses five elements you need to address to ensure that your SMSF advice doesn’t “suck”.

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The writing’s on the wall: ASIC enforcement and focus

With the first half of the year now behind us, ASIC have recently released REP 585 (ASIC enforcement outcomes: January to June 2018). It highlights their activity in early 2018 (focusing on some notable successes) and looks forward to hint at what we can expect from them in the next six months. This article focuses on the report, ASIC’s plans for the remainder of 2018 and what they mean for Licensees and advisers.

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