Opt-in superannuation insurance legislation reintroduced

The Government has reintroduced its proposed changes to insurance in superannuation in a new Bill, after stripping the changes out of a Bill already in the Senate.

Last week the Government dropped most of proposed changes to make insurance opt-in,

SMSF property advice leads to 3 year exclusion from financial services

ASIC has accepted an Enforceable Undertaking from a Gold Coast accountant preventing her from providing financial services for three years, following an investigation into SMSF advice involving property.

The regulator says it found Jenan Oslem Thorne (also known as Cenan

Industry Super Australia launches unpaid super campaign

Industry Super Australia has launched a new advertising campaign aimed at unpaid superannuation.

The organisation says the purpose of the campaign – Unpaid Super: Getting Worse While Nothing is Done – is to raise awareness of the impact that unpaid

This time it’s Labor and the Greens standing in the way of cheaper super

Written by Brendan Coates, Fellow with the Grattan Institute.

Parliament is failing workers with superannuation. And this time it’s Labor and the Greens who are doing it. Read more...

Diminished ‘Protecting Your Super’ Bill passes Parliament