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Seriously, I thought this was an April fools article at first. The attempted misdirection and logic is laughable if it were not real.

If advisers are paid from a funds consolidated revenue, but also charged appropriate fees for their services to fund members actually getting personal advice, and being invoices for that, what’s the issue?

Do they also think funds, AMP and others provide factual and general advice by call centres should separately invoice for those services too???