Technical Summit 2021
Presented by Barrister and leading UK pension transfer expert, Jeremy Gordon, this session will cover recent QROPS changes, trends and common pitfalls in the UK pension transfer process.
This session will also provide guidance on the often overlooked and misunderstood obligations of SMSF trustees once the UK sourced pension money has been transferred. Changes to the SMSF residency rules, which were announced in this year’s Federal budget, will also be covered.
At the end of the session, you will be able to:
- Explain the Budget announcements on the proposed changes to SMSF residency rules;
- Understand the recent changes to QROPs fund rules;
- Identify and navigate issues that can arise with the UK pension transfer process;
- Understand how the UK pension rules will impact the operation of an Australian SMSF;
- Explain what an Australian SMSF holding UK pension fund proceeds can and can’t do, and;
- Understand the roles and responsibilities for SMSF administrators and trustees.
The contents of this resource are taken to be correct at the time of publication.
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