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What we learned this week 29 May

29 May 2015 | Staff reporter

learnSuper tax benefits exaggerated, discretionary trusts to be targeted by ATO, advisers and accountants preferred, 1 million SMSFs, Australian recession, why Chinese buy Australian property.


SMSFs and business ownership

28 May 2015 |

BusinessPutting a commercial business into super is possible, but requires care.


When is a retiree rich?

28 May 2015 |

RichA million dollars may sound like a lot of money. But when you look at the income you get, especially in an environment of low interest rates, it is not.


Rising rates a seminal point

27 May 2015 |

pointThere are indications that the US Federal Reserve will soon start to raise interest rates. It is a sign that the unique investment conditions caused by the GFC are starting to alter.


More questions over the bank sector

26 May 2015 |

BanksectorBanks have been the safe haven for SMSF investors. But they now dominate the ASX. Is it time to take a close look?


Problems with the yield play?

25 May 2015 |

yieldBuying Australian shares for their dividend yield has been a sound strategy for DIY super funds. But with earnings coming under pressure there may be some difficulties looming on the horizon.


What we learned this week 22 May

22 May 2015 | Staff reporter

learnProblems with projecting final outcomes, especially income in retirement; SMSFs move away from cash; Labor's tax slug worse than thought; Coalition's policy to hit middle income retirees; Australia's high tax burden and Portugal's negative interest rates.


A good benchmark

21 May 2015 |

BenchmarkWhat should super investors regard as a good yardstick for their investment returns over time? There are some indicators.


Mortgages v super, the battle of the giants

21 May 2015 | David James

GiantsThe two biggest pools of capital in the country are residential property and superannuation. The debate about whether the super contribution would be better used to pay off mortgages reflects that.


The politics of super emerges for the first time

20 May 2015 | David James

DrawThe growing pool of super funds has been a quiet influence on politics and the Australian economy for some time. But with the major political parties developing different policies, the previously submerged effect is about to come to the surface.


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