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The issue of Technically Speaking, written by the Association’s Technical Manager, Mary Simmons, is the final piece of a two-part series, click here to read Part 1. This series revisits
Part one of a two-part series unpacking a broad range of superannuation and taxation requirements SMSF trustees need to contemplate when considering property development. Mary Simmons, the Association’s Technical Manager,
With the end of the financial year (EOFY) fast approaching, now is the perfect time to make some final checks and ensure everything is in order for your SMSF before
As expected, the 2021-2022 Federal Budget has a strong emphasis on job growth and women’s security. From an SMSF perspective, after a few quiet Budgets, there were some welcome surprises
This edition of Technically Speaking, written by the Association’s Technical Manager, Mary Simmons, covers the rules placed on SMSFs acquiring assets from related parties and explores: the need to understand
This is part two of our series on the importance of ‘retirement’ which takes a deep dive into the definition of ‘retirement’ and considers the key elements which need to
This is part one of our series on the importance of ‘retirement’ which takes a close look at the various provisions in both the superannuation and taxation laws which underpin
It has been 13 years since LRBAs were first introduced in SMSFs and they continue to be an attractive mechanism to invest more capital in the concessionally taxed superannuation environment.
SMSF Association Member Guidance – ASIC Consultation Paper 332 – Promoting access to affordable advice for consumers
ASIC’s consultation paper ‘CP 332 Promoting access to affordable advice for consumers‘ seeks information from financial advice industry participants and other stakeholders on impediments to the delivery of good-quality affordable
In the context of ongoing public debate regarding the appropriate minimum size for an SMSF, new research released as part of SMSF Week 2020, provides insights into the true costs