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First published in the Financial Review on 18 May 2022. From July 1, they will be able to contribute without having to meet the work test, but they need to
First published in the Financial Review on 27 April 2022. A well-considered estate plan will make life easier for any beneficiaries – the invaluable parting gift. For self-managed super funds,
SMSF Association National Conference 2022 https://vimeo.com/707656733/a991003cb3 Join us on the Gold Coast! Stephen Jones MP,Australian Labor Party
SMSF Association National Conference 2022 https://vimeo.com/707656982/bb0384d800 Dr Jim Chalmers MP,Australian Labor Party
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The SMSF Association is urging the Federal Government to address two critical issues – legacy pensions and extending the temporary absence rule for non-residents – in its 2022-23 Federal Budget.
The Joint Associations Working Group (JAWG) welcomes the publication today of the Quality of Advice Review (QOAR) Proposal Paper. The Quality of Advice Review is critically important given its focus
The Quality of Advice Review Proposal Paper offers a pathway for the advice industry to be able to focus on consumer outcomes and not be burdened with excessive regulation, says
The SMSF sector has emerged from the 2021-22 financial year in robust health based on APRA’s Quarterly Superannuation Performance figures for the June 2022 quarter. In the 12 months to
SMSF Association Submission – CAANZ, IPA & SMSFA Joint Submission: Quality of Advice Review, specifically 4.6 ‘Accountants providing financial advice’.
SMSF Association Submission We thank you for the opportunity to provide this submission which incorporates and summarises the extensive work Chartered Accountants ANZ (CA ANZ), the Institute of Public Accountants
SMSF Association Submission – Joint Associations Working Group Submission to Treasury Quality of Advice Review – Issues Paper
SMSF Association Submission An ongoing Joint Associations Working Group (JAWG), comprising representatives of key financial services industry and financial advice professional associations, prepared this submission for the Quality of Advice
SMSF Association Submission The SMSF Association welcomes the opportunity to put forward our submission to the Quality of Advice Review. We thank Reviewer Michelle Levy and the Treasury Secretariat for
SMSF Association Submission The SMSF Association welcomes the opportunity to provide this submission in response to the APES Board’s revised exposure draft 01/22 regarding auditor independence and fee dependency on