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What SMSFs will look like in 2030BY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | WEDNESDAY, 19 FEB 2020 11:39AM
A panel discussion at the SMSF Association Conference has sought to predict what the SMSF industry will look like in 10 years' time, with the issue of retirement front and centre.
Read more: SMSF Association, ASIC, MySuper, Investment Trends, Michael Blomfield, Rice Warner, Jeremy Cooper, Industry Super Australia, APRA, BT, Challenger, Future of Financial Advice, Hostplus, John Maroney, Melinda Howes, Michael Rice
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