IFPA slams retrospective CSLR levy

The Institute of Financial Professionals Australia (IFPA) is deeply concerned about the retrospective aspect of the CSLR levy and the cost advisers will have to pay to fund the operation […]

Our submission on retirement phase of super

On 9/2/24, we provided our submission on the ‘retirement phase of superannuation’ discussion paper. We recognise the need to optimise the retirement phase of superannuation and focussed our submission on […]

2024-25 Pre-Budget submission

On 25 January 2024, the Institute of Financial Professionals Australia submitted its 2024-25 Pre-Budget submission on tax, superannuation and financial services matters. In brief, we are calling on the Federal […]

Another kick to Australian taxpayers

The Institute of Financial Professionals Australia is disappointed to note the Government’s intention, as outlined in the 2023-24 Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO), to make the General Interest Charge […]

Our submission on payday super

On 3/11/2023, we provided our submission on the payday super regime. In brief, we support the change for employers to pay SG contributions at the same time they pay salary […]

Our submission to the inquiry into the NALE provisions

The Institute of Financial Professionals Australia welcomes the opportunity to provide this submission on the Treasury Laws Amendment (Support for Small Business and Charities and Other Measures) Bill 2023. Our submission is […]