SMSFs comprise more than one quarter of Australia’s $3.4 trillion superannuation sector, with 28,685 new SFSFs established in the year ended 31 March 2022. SMSFs are subject to a number of rules and regulations, but aren’t appropriate for everyone.
This article, proudly sponsored by GSFM, examines the ethical considerations for advisers recommending SMSFs to clients. Click here to read the article and complete the CPD quiz, which will provide 1.0 (one hour) of ethics CPD.
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