Superannuation funds accept planning as integral offering

Taylor, Mike
June 2006
Money Management;6/15/2006, Vol. 20 Issue 21, p6
Trade Publication
The article discusses a poll conducted by the periodical "Super Review" that reveals that the superannuation industry is adopting financial planning as a fundamental offering for members in Australia. However, results also show that the industry is rejecting a commission-based fee model, with over 93% of respondents suggest their preference for salaried and fee-for-service models where planner remuneration was concerned.


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