Should young Australians put money into superannuation or do they risk investing in a scheme that might not be around by the time they retire?
Last year saw the biggest changes to the superannuation sector in a decade, and navigating the new rules has thrown up new concerns for SMSF trustees.
SMSF trustees are looking forward to a long and happy retirement and there’s a lot their advisers can do to help them find that sweet spot.
Superannuation contributions are regarded as a river of gold into Australia’s finance industry, but is that about to change as fund members retire and draw pensions from their fund?
Accountants referring clients to robo-advice tools need to be wary of licensing constraints.
The 1 July changes to Australia’s superannuation laws will transform super from being a safe harbour for accumulated wealth to a more limited retirement savings fund for the masses – and its critics say many more people will feel a negative impact than the government claims.
The deadline for major superannuation reforms is just around the corner, raising serious concern among many accountants and their clients.
The billions of dollars pouring into superannuation savings are irresistible to investment scammers, but accountants are putting a stop to their dubious schemes.
Investors should be conscious of rule changes that may affect property investments made through their self-managed superannuation funds.
The ATO is increasing its focus on SMSF auditors who fail to meet key independence requirements.