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Adviser fee structures hit the spotlight
ALISON BEVEGE  |  THURSDAY, 28 JUL 2011
... evidence to suggest ASIC doesn't like asset-pricing models. The corporate regulator says on its consumer-oriented MoneySmart website that when choosing an adviser it's better to pay a flat fee (such as fee-for-service or by the hour) than an asset-based ...
Thirst for financial literacy on view
ALISON BEVEGE  |  WEDNESDAY, 25 MAY 2011
More than 250,000 people have gone to the Government's MoneySmart financial literacy website since it was launched in March, showing a strong appetite among consumers for more information about their money, the Federal Government said today. It features ...
Flare up over MoneySmart
ELISE BURGESS  |  THURSDAY, 17 MAR 2011
The MoneySmart website , launched this week, has already sparked up old flames between super funds and advisers when the site recommended consumers choose advisers who work on a fee-for-service basis. "In our opinion, the fee-for-service model is generally ...
ASIC and govt launch MoneySmart.gov.au
ELISE BURGESS  |  TUESDAY, 15 MAR 2011
Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has launched a personal finance website, MoneySmart, offering free financial information and tools. The website is designed to help people when making financial decisions with 26 tools available ...
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