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04 August 2015 • By Taylee Lewis • 1 min read

AIST criticises $1m super balance claim

Commentators who claim that $1 million in superannuation is needed for a comfortable retirement are causing unnecessary concern for those approaching ...

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Limit super tax concessions, says BT

BT chief executive Brad Cooper has called for a $2.5 million cap on the amount retirees can roll over into the tax-free pension phase, as well as the ...

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APRA gets an 'F' on compliance costs

The prudential regulator's 2015 stakeholder survey has returned broadly positive results, but the cost of compliance continues to receive "by far" the ...

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Tasmanian govt greenlights RBF merger

The Tasmanian state government has initiated discussions between the Retirement Benefits Fund (RBF) and the soon-to-be-merged funds Tasplan and ...

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Class upgrades trade functionality

SMSF software provider Class has inked a deal with Nabtrade that provides Class Super and Class Investment Reporter users with access to the ...

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Employment prospects to soar in super sector

With the Australian superannuation industry expected to grow between $3.5 trillion and $4.5 trillion by 2025, there will be significant job growth ...

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Super fund governance structures not broken: ASFA

While supporting proposed changes to the governance structures of super funds, ASFA said its support should not be taken as the belief that current ...

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SMSFA launches foundation-based designation

The SMSF Association (SMSFA) has launched an accreditation program for SMSF practitioners. The SMSF Practitioner (SSP) accreditation program is ...

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AIST vents frustration over super governance reform

Proposed changes for the boards of superannuation funds will impose significant costs and risks on not-for-profit funds “for no good reason”, argues ...

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MySuper stunts super fund choice

The “haemorrhage” of members to SMSFs and other self-directed super options reveals an industry preoccupied with its default system obligations, ...

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