Monthly Archives: March 2013

SMSF Basics – How to know if a Self-Managed Super Fund is for You

Setting up a Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF) is a major financial decision. The responsibility rests with you as trustee(s). SMSFs don’t suit everyone, so how do you know if it is for YOU? It’s important to consider – (tick what … Continue reading

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Retirement Affordability is a Global Concern – Deloitte Survey

  Global concern for retirement affordability is about having a comfortable retirement, and on 15 March 2013, Mike Taylor reports at Money Management – Australian workers are not the only ones worrying about their ability to afford a comfortable retirement, … Continue reading

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MASTERCLASS – Market Capitalisation – The Size of a Company

In our Masterclass today we look at Market Capitalisation – also known as Market Value – which is a measure of the value and size in dollars of a company, and we calculate it by multiplying the number of either … Continue reading

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Managed Funds in Aust now $2 trillion – fourth largest sector in the world!

Kate Kachor, Financial Observer, writes – Investments in Australia’s funds management industry clicked over to more than $2 trillion at the end of 2012, cementing the sector as the fourth largest in the world. Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data … Continue reading

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