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Accountants moving into the self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) advice space will need to think about fee structures and the value they can offer as SMSF services face downward pressure on pricing, according to Aaron Dunn.
The managing director of the SMSF Academy said this was vital at a time when providers were looking at low-cost solutions through the use of technology.
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