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The Directors of The SAS Group note reports in Fairfax newspapers today which refer to our firm.  The SAS Group prides itself on achieving outstanding results for our clients.  That has been our track record since our inception almost a decade ago, and we make no apology for the fact that we give our clients the best advice and guidance to help them achieve their business goals.

Attorney-General, Minister for Justice, Minister for Training and Skills, The Hon Yvette D'Ath has opened the final day of the Australian Council for Private Education and Training's (ACPET) National Conference by announcing $768.9 million of funding for Queensland's 2017-18 Annual Vocational Education and Traning (VET).

Guest Post - by Dominique Lamb of the NRA

Amazon is en route and pundits are out in force, tipping it’ll be the end of the retail world as we know it. National Retail Association CEO Dominique Lamb explains why the Aussie retail landscape will be as challenging for the US behemoth, as its arrival will be for us.

A record crowd of more than 700 attended last week’s Rural Press Club of Queensland’s annual Ekka Breakfast, organised by the SAS Group’s event management team.

The large audience of agribusiness and farm organisation leaders, primary producers, politicians, government officials, and journalists gathered at the RNA to hear the guest speaker, David Foote, deliver the 2017 Malcolm McCosker Memorial Address.

By Bernie Ripoll, Director

The Parliament recently passed legislation to change commissions paid to advisers in the Life Insurance sector that will commence on 1 January 2018.

The changes will mean reduced upfront commissions paid to advisers and the introduction of a cap to a maximum of 20 per cent for ongoing commissions.

Under the Future of Financial Advice reforms introduced in 2013, the insurance sector was not included in the reforms due to concerns at the time it would exacerbate the under-insurance problems in Australia, however, it was always the intention to return to the issue sometime later.

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