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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
First published in the Financial Review on 12 August 2020. Its risk-return profile, capital growth, steady income and, in some instances, low risk, dovetail with self-managed superannuation fund income goals.
First published in the Financial Review on 18 July 2020. Self-managed super trustees who have missed out on the recent spate of attractive capital raisings in the wake of the
Since the ability for SMSFs to borrow to purchase an asset was introduced in 2007, LRBAs continue to represent a relatively low proportion of overall SMSF assets. The latest ATO
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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
Joint Media Release with FSC The SMSF Association and the Financial Services Council (FSC) are urging the reconstituted National COVID-19 Commission (NCC) Advisory Board and the National Cabinet to expand
The SMSF Association fully supports the Federal Government’s stated ambition to grow Australia out of debt in the wake of the COVID-19 induced recession – and cutting the red tape
SMSF Association Submission The SMSF Association welcomes the opportunity to make a submission on the draft legislation implementing the Financial Services Royal Commission recommendations. We support the need to improve
SMSF Association Submission This statement sets out the agreed terms of the partnership between the SMSF Association (SMSFA) and the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). Connected vision The SMSF Association’s vision
SMSF Association Submission The SMSF Association welcomes the opportunity to make a submission on the establishment and potential design of a compensation scheme of last resort (CSLR). The SMSF Association’s