Felix, you said "I'd love nothing more than to charge my time out, or offer a fixed fee, for running a few strategy papers for a client which tells them what super contributions they need to meet their goals, what fees can do over the longer term and how much cover they need to protect the family."
No need to dream. As I understand it (after pouring over the legislative detail for a couple of years) what you have said is already legal so long as you don't mention a specific financial product or receive a financial benefit if they go in one direction not another.
Check out Corps Regs 2001 7.1.29(3)(b) too which covers the insurance gap analysis.
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