At times one shakes one’s head in amazement.
We at BGL think it is important software companies actually provide their clients with software. That is why our Team focused on providing our clients with the 2018 SMSF Annual Return and the complete TBAR system well ahead of time.
I always wondered where this colloquialism came from and whom used it first. As I was writing this blog post, I asked Mr Google who popularised this term. I was surprised by the response. For those of you uneducated like me, the term was first attributed it to the British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli who said: “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.”
Well it looks as though this is creeping back into SMSF marketing. People are being shown screen shots of software that does not exist – or if it does exist, it is in a development environment – not a production environment and who knows when it will be available for use.
This is my third post in the series “Should there be truth in advertising in the SMSF software industry?”.
Looks like those who cannot be named are at it again. When they can’t make a sale, they simply make things up !!
Anyway, this edition of truth in advertising is about reporting numbers.
BGL Corporate Solutions, Australia’s leading developer of SMSF administration and ASIC corporate compliance software solutions, is proud of its achievement in getting the ATO to rethink its SMSF Events Based Reporting regime.
BGL Corporate Solutions, Australia’s leading developer of SMSF administration and ASIC corporate compliance software solutions, has added new filters to Simple Fund 360 Big Data views to help clients review the life insurance of SMSF fund members and obtain a quote for life insurance from Australian Group Insurances Pty Ltd (AGI) insurance.
I just love it when people claim “firsts”. If BGL did a media release every time we did a “first”, we would be doing media releases every day.
Someone claimed today to be the “first” to release Simpler BAS for SMSFs. However, this was NOT a first.