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First published in the Sydney Morning Herald on 08 September 2020. A growing number of Self-Managed Super Funds may end up paying higher tax than needed because they miscalculate their
For administrative ease, where members opt to take withdrawals in excess of their minimum pension as a lump sum, it is an acceptable industry wide practice, for members to have
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The SMSF Association has launched nine compulsory comprehensive online modules as part of its coveted SMSF Specialist Advisor (SSA) designation. Commenting on the program launch, the SMSF Association’s Deputy CEO/Director
The SMSF Association welcomes the introduction of a Bill into Parliament that will increase the maximum number of allowable members in a self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) from four to six.
To make professional financial advice more affordable and accessible in a post COVID-19 recovery, the SMSF Association is calling on the Federal Government to reduce red tape around the delivery
SMSF Association Submission Prioritising red tape reduction The SMSF Association welcomes the opportunity to provide a supplementary Budget submission. This submission should be read in conjunction with our previous submission.
Regulatory relief request – Financial adviser CPD requirements during COVID-19 and the Bushfire Crisis
SMSF Association Joint Submission Association of Financial Advisers (AFA), CPA Australia, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ), SMSF Association (SMSFA), Financial Planning Association (FPA) and Institute of Public
SMSF Association Submission The SMSF Association congratulates the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) on their consultative and quick response to the various issues and concerns for the SMSF sector arising from