Opt-in draft patronising and not in the national interest
In the lead up to the launch of No More Practice Season 2 next month, AFA CEO, Richard Klipin, has labeled the opt-in component of the FoFA legislation paternalistic, patronising and against the national interest.
In the first of our series of exclusive responses to the first tranche of FoFA, Klipin takes aim at what he describes as a “legislation that misses the point and serves sectional industry interests at the expense of the Australian consumer”.
In this episode of No More Practice 4, Sam Henderson discusses his plan of attack for business growth with Barry Lambert and Robbie Bennetts, while Jim Taggart shares his key lessons to-date and thoughts on life post-sale Play
In this episode of No More Practice 4, Sam Henderson discusses his options for growth in the SMSF space with Kath Bowler and puts his funding cards on the table with Daniel Lowinger, while Jim Taggart delivers Steve Prendeville with some unexpected news in an update on his earn out strategy Play
This week on No More Practice, Christina Kalantzis coaches Sam Henderson on how to best avoid the compliance pitfalls in growing his SMSF practice while Anne Fuchs explains to Jim Taggart the importance of having a plan for life post-sale Play