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And here in lies the problem. Andrew Conway has as little understanding of the advice regime and costs as his colleagues in the CPA world who blew up $7-8mill of members funds.
The cost of advice is not the qualifications or even the experience, it is the process and liability that you take on.
Andrew you don't have the accountant disclaimer in advice. The clients signature does not remove litigation from the advice you have provided. Every piece of advice has to be in writing with vertical alignment conflicts such as SMSF administration fully disclosed. You cant just provide advice over the phone and then claim a misunderstanding later when the ATO takes your client to court.
Lastly you actually have to understand advice, not just how to invoice.