How to plan your income in retirement can be one of the most confusing aspects of retirement planning. In this video members of the Profession of Independent Financial Advisers provide some insights into how they approach it.
Preparing for retirement can be daunting for many Australians. In this video members of the Profession of Independent Financial Advisers help you understand the important things to consider.
In this article you can find out who are Australia’s truly independent financial advisers. There are now nearly 90 advisers on the list, including at least one from every state.
Members of the Profession of Independent Financial Advisers (PIFA) talk about why it was critical for them to only provide independent financial advice, what changes when they become independent, and how it changes how they work with clients.
Independent financial advice has been a topical issue recently, and is likely to become significantly more prominent in the coming years.
SuperGuide began tracking Australia’s independent financial advisers in 2010. We have always recognised that financial advice can add significant value to an individual or couple’s retirement plans, so long as it is truly independent, free from conflicts, and in the best interests of the clients.
Just because a financial planner’s business card doesn’t display the logo of a bank or insurance company doesn’t mean he or she is independent.
Planning your future means making the decision not to let Lady Luck call the shots. Financial planning exists so you can actually experience the future you want to have. Clarity on what you want that future to look like is a pre-requisite.
Now that it has done the impossible by winning the election, will the Coalition do the improbable by keeping its pre-election promises to improve the quality of financial advice?
The final report from the Royal Commission is likely to result in major change for the superannuation industry – both for super fund members and for trustees and executives managing the large super funds.
The Royal Commission’s 9 recommendations for financial advice including ongoing fee arrangements, lack of independence, quality of advice, conflicted remuneration and the professional discipline of financial advisers.