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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
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The SMSF Association has appointed Michael Houlihan as its new Vice Chair, effective today. Houlihan, who joined the Board in June 2019, will replace Robin Bowerman, who retired from the
The SMSF Association welcomes the release of ASIC’s Consultation Paper, “Promoting access to affordable advice for consumers”, believing it to be an important step forward in addressing the vexed issue
The SMSF Association’s SMSF Week, to be held virtually from 23-27 November, will launch a ground-breaking report by the actuarial firm Rice Warner about the costs of running an SMSF.
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