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INTELLIGENT INVESTOR

Self-managed funds no walk in wonderland

John Addis Advisory websites sell self-managed super funds as tax benefit nirvana, offering the chance to ''boost your returns''.

SUPER

Wise money eyes Google, and British homes

John Collett dinkus

John Collett Investors' love of Australian shares means they miss out on some overseas opportunities.

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A fix over flat

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: michael mucci <mucciart@ozemail.com.au>

Date: 6 February 2014 13:43
Subject: Re: mooch illo
To: Richard Hughes <richardhughes@fairfaxmedia.com.au>
hereya go Richard
cheers
mooch
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Noel Whittaker We are hoping to move my mother into our granny flat and sell her house. Will her pension be affected?

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The super cap is hard to shift

Michael Mucci illo

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Noel Whittaker I would like to contribute more than the $25,000 limit into my super account. Is there a way to do it?

INSIGHT

Asset allocation can be the decider in super funds

Clancy Yeates There's a lot to consider when picking a super fund. Perhaps the most important factor is how your money is spread out.

Super funds in joint action to curb 'unfair' high-frequency trading

Mobile trading

Gareth Hutchens Group writes to ASIC expressing concern about ultra-fast electronic trading.