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Lower cost, greater trust: Tim and Barbara's SMSF story

When entrepreneurs Tim Offor and Barbara Sharp were researching how to invest their self-managed super, they chose a combination of human intelligence and smart automation.

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Fundtech 2017: Key outcomes and learning

Superfunds are clearly beginning to understand that they need to become more client-centric, but many are still spending too much time talking about engagement and not enough time talking about lowering costs, improving investment results and transparency.

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Change is coming - understanding new super rules

Big changes are on the way for Australia’s $2.2 trillion superannuation scheme, with wide-ranging new rules coming into effect on July 1. The changes represent the biggest reforms to superannuation in a decade or more.

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