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The far-reaching effects of grandfathering by Kathleen Payne | 24/07/2013 10:07:12 AM

Remuneration uncertainty for advisers will have an impact on clients, and one financial services lawyer says it is impractical not to expect sales-based rewardsread more

The five pillars of client referrals by WP | 24/07/2013 8:07:29 AM

It is possible for advisers to generate 1,200 new clients every year, simply by compounding their referrals. Here are five steps to make sure you're making the most of your client interactionsread more

Advisers rate major insurers by Kathleen Payne | 23/07/2013 2:01:02 PM

Life insurance companies are pushing to make their dealings more transparent, following disappointing satisfaction ratings from advisers read more

Australians relying on Government safety nets by Hillary Dean | 23/07/2013 12:22:31 PM

In an attempt to boost the financial literacy of Australians, the FPA has raised concerns that too many people may be relying on Government schemes that are no more than a safety netread more

Far out Friday: McDonald's financial planning prompts backlash by WP | 22/07/2013 10:02:23 AM

The fast-food giant is under fire after it published a financial planning guide for its staff, which shows that survival on their average wage is near impossibleread more

Multi-million dollar fund wind up by WP | 19/07/2013 4:05:28 PM

ASIC says that appointing receivers to a bust multi-million dollar fund will be the best chance of achieving return for clientsread more

Grandfathering traps advisers by Kathleen Payne | 18/07/2013 3:05:16 PM

Uncertainty around the grandfathering of benefits is causing concern among advisers, as regulations could leave advisers 'locked' into their current employment read more

ASIC puts advice firm under scrutiny by | 18/07/2013 10:53:01 AM

Following a major enforceable undertaking, one of Australia’s largest financial planning firms will be monitored by ASIC for nine monthsread more