The MFAA has welcomed the Government's announcement that it is postponing any decisions on the proposed $2,000 cap on work-related education expense deductions
The MFAA has announced its new president-elect, who will replace Martin Leedham this November
MFAA CEO, Phil Naylor, says proposed changes to the fringe benefits tax would increase costs and administrative burden for brokers
Paying new brokers a temporary salary may work in some cases - but it fails to address the root cause of why the industry lacks young blood, according to Choice CEO Stephen Moore
Some new brokers are choosing to join the FBAA rather than the MFAA, saying being forced to undertake the Diploma right from the start is 'unreasonable'
Mortgage broker commissions have been lumped together with those earned by insurance brokers, super and managed funds - and belong in clients' pockets, according to a Fairfax article