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Events based reporting: What does it mean for SMSF trustees?

The first signs of disquiet in the SMSF sector started not too far into the current income year when confirmation signs started to emerge that the ATO, for the purpose of the then recently introduced transfer balance cap, would soon require SMSF trustees to report certain events on a real-time basis. It is understood that

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SMSF trustees need to stay alert to survive

Another example of the reason SMSF trustees need to stay alert to survive and must constantly stay on top of developments occurring in the self managed super fund field surfaced earlier this month. The ATO went public with information that SMSF trustees in particular could be targeted by promoters of retirement planning arrangements that —

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Super changes you need to be prepared for

The government has released exposure draft regulations aimed to complement the recently enacted reforms Superannuation reform package – regulations. The submissions are open until February 10. Super changes you need to be prepared for  Super changes you need to be prepared for prepared for for The exposure drafts also include regulations in respect of the

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What type of SMSF trustee are you?

As your professional life progresses, you will undoubtedly be asked to undertake a personality inventory to apply the theory of psychological types to team environments. One of the most common of these is the Myer-Briggs Type Indicator. A similar inventory has been applied to SMSF trustees with two studies undertaken by independent research group CoreData.

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