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| | FRIDAY, 19 MAR 2021 12:12PMThe micro-investing platform is targeting SMSFs with its custom portfolio option, giving members more control over their portfolio allocations.|
|The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has warned SMSF trustees of a new scheme it has uncovered that aims to avoid paying potential tax liabilities.|
|The Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) decision to terminate a Perth tax practitioner has been upheld by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.|
|The average SMSF member balance for women has increased more than it has for men over a five-year period to the 2018/19 financial year, new data shows.|
|Self-managed super funds that borrowed from a private company under a limited recourse borrowing arrangement (LRBA) will not suffer adverse tax consequences if the loan interest has been capitalised because of COVID-19.|
|The corporate regulator continues to hunt down perpetrators that give bad advice to self-managed super funds, sounding a warning that it is flexing its new powers in superannuation.|
|The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is focusing attention on new SMSFs registrations after identifying illegal release of super.|
|Self-managed superannuation funds are ahead of the game in terms of meeting the looming best financial interest rules, according to its peak body association.|
|The SMSF Association has welcomed a new law that will allow the partial commutation of legacy pensions.|
|The corporate regulator has initiated action against a fintech for allegedly misleading customers about the benefits of investing in residential property in self-managed superannuation funds.|
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While the events of 2020 showed superannuation funds manage liquidity well, funds should consider the extent to which they rely on certain asset classes for liquidity, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has said.
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Challenger's multi-boutique business will distribute the $54 billion Impax Asset Management's sustainability strategies in Australia and New Zealand.
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Nearly 20 years after ETFs started trading in Australia, their total assets crossed $102 billion at the end of March.
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A new report finds that it is possible for financial advisers to attract young clients and convince them about the benefits of advice and life insurance using new strategies.
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