Daryl Dixon is the Executive Chairman of Dixon Advisory and Superannuation Services. Daryl is one of Australia’s foremost investment experts and a well known writer and consultant. He has provided trusted advice to thousands of personal clients over more than 25 years and is an acknowledged expert in the areas of tax, superannuation (including public sector superannuation), social security and investments. He has been a successful investor for more than 40 years and consults on personal and business finance strategies.
Daryl is the author of numerous newspaper articles on investment and superannuation and writes regularly for The Canberra Times, the Public Sector Informant and Financial Review Smart Investor magazine. He has written a number of books, including Secure Your Superannuation Future (published in 2012). Read more about Daryl's books.
Before establishing his own consulting firm, Daryl worked in the International Monetary Fund, the Treasury, the Department of Finance and as Head of the former Social Welfare Policy Secretariat on major policy issues. He has worked as a consultant for a variety of government bodies and undertaken a large number of consultancies for diverse organisations covering the public, private and voluntary not-for-profit sections of the economy.
Daryl has a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Economics with First Class Honours from the University of Queensland. He won the Shell Scholarship allowing him to complete a Master of Arts, majoring in economics also with First Class Honours from Cambridge University in the UK. Daryl has lectured in economics, public finance and taxation theory at the Australian National University and the University of Calgary, Canada.
Visit Daryl's blog at http://anuncertainfuture.com.au/
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An Uncertain Future
by Daryl Dixon
Published: December 10, 2013
Daryl Dixon, one of Australia’s foremost investment and superannuation experts and well-known writer and consultant, lifts the lid on issues that have concerned him for the past two years in this frank look at the UniSuper Defined Benefit (DBD) fund.
Daryl argues that the fund, the default super fund for all new full-time university employees, is putting members’ retirement benefits at risk by fai
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