SMSFs more sensitive to advice fees: reportBY JOHN MCDULING | TUESDAY, 5 OCT 2010 12:55PM
The global financial crisis has made self-managed super fund (SMSF) trustees more sensitive to fees, with 15 per cent of those surveyed in a new Investment Trends research expecting to pay less to access financial advice.
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