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|... undesirable outcomes for some retirees, forcing them to ensure they have at least $600,000 squirrelled away ahead of retirement. BetaShares senior investment specialist Roger Cohen's analysis shows that for Australians at retirement age with savings ...|
|... increases choice for advisers and clients, further strengthening AMP's wrap platform offer," AMP managing director super, retirement and platforms Lara Bourguignon said. "The changes follow a year of significant investment and enhancements to our flagship ...|
|... continuing. "We take our responsibilities as trustee of your superannuation seriously and you can rest assured your retirement savings, data and privacy have never been at risk," the fund said. "We, as always, place you at the forefront of everything ...|
|... workplace agreements." Meanwhile, the AIST said members in the choice segment are at risk of having materially lower retirement incomes. "Choice must only be provided in a way that does not leave consumers worse off and must operate in an environment ...|
|... superannuation," Shine class actions practice leader Rebecca Jancauskas said. "Many of these people are approaching retirement and now their nest egg has shrunk as a result of the conduct of Colonial First State Investments Limited." Shine client and ...|
|... total annual fees and costs payable on a $50,000 balance to $437. It will not apply to Choice Income or Transition to Retirement Income accounts. The new fee is in addition to the fund's existing administration fee of $2.25 per week and investment ...|
|Aberdeen Standard Investments is set to launch retirement income products, managed portfolios and a "bionic" advice solution for advisers and employers in partnership with HUB24. The new set of "bionic" advice solutions will kick off with a tool for ...|
|... year. With wages taxed at a higher rate than super contributions, ISA said workers would end up raiding their own retirement savings only to end up paying more tax. Labelling the idea a "tax grab in disguise", ISA said the plans - floated by backbench ...|
|... for, 54% were said they were driven to pay by the desire to build up investments. That was followed by saving for retirement at 50%. However, advisers offering life cover may have a bit of a harder time - only 46% were driven to pay a fee to their adviser ...|
|... attack on research undertaken by the ANU - and included as part of the university's submission to the government's retirement income review - which claims the appropriate level of SG can "differ substantially across members". In the new paper - The 'Right' ...|
AustralianSuper will introduce a new fee for MySuper members from April 2020 to offset the impact of the Protecting Your Super changes.
The alternatives assets data juggernaut is opening an office in Sydney, as it looks to expand its local client base and build its research coverage.
New Industry Super Australia research claims to show plans to make superannuation optional for low-income workers is nothing more than a tax grab.
A Brisbane boutique is winding up an Aussie equities fund, after an investor decided to redeem their money, representing roughly 60% of the fund's assets, just before Christmas.
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