SMSFs comprise more than one-quarter of Australia’s $3.54 trillion. superannuation sector, are subject to a number of rules and regulations and – importantly – aren’t appropriate for everyone. This article is the latest in the Ethics Series, which GSFM is proud to sponsor and examines the ethical considerations for advisers recommending SMSFs to clients.
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