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Daryl Dixon and Dixon Advisory staff members regularly write articles for a number of publications including the The Canberra Times, the Sun-Herald, The Finanical Review and the Smart Investor. We will continually update these articles here for you to read.

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Plug other options into your super

We apologise, this article was incorrectly attributed to Max Walsh in the last communication.
Please see below the article by Daryl Dixon.

More and more industry superannuation funds are reacting to the rise of self-managed super funds (SMSFs) by offering members the option of investing in shares, exchange traded funds or term deposits.

Further details | Daryl's Articles

Funds’ new DIY options welcome

Could the rush by industry super funds to offer DIY investment options to their members be a case of “if you can’t beat them, join them”? Whatever the answer, the latest extension of industry fund investment options to include ASX300-listed shares, selected exchange traded funds (ETFs) and term deposits is welcome news for investors wanting greater control over their retirement savings.
 
These new options introduce greater transparency into the assets owned by the individual investor compared with the ownership of the unitised managed fund options already on the approved product range. For example, by opting to purchase listed investment companies in the ASX300, they will be able both to access low management expense ratios and know what they have invested in.
 

Further details | Daryl's Articles

Gauging the risks with investments

Last week's decision to leave the official cash rate at 2.5 percent despite an overheating property market, confirms industry speculation that interest rates will remain low for a considerable time.

Further details | In the Media

Should super stay at 9.5%

Dixon Advisory Executive Chairman Daryl Dixon speaks with Ross Greenwood on 2GB Money News about whether compulsory superannuation should stay at 9.5%. 
 

Further details | On the Radio

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