National Conference 2021
Meeting a condition of release is vital to enable members to access their superannuation benefits. Not understanding or following the rules can lead to unintended consequences and tax impost.
Explore common areas where clients get it wrong, such as financial hardship and excess contributions, as well as the age-old question; has my client retired?
At the end of the session, you will be able to:
- Define rules around accessing super;
- Identify when a member has retired, and;
- Explain the consequences of getting it wrong.
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