Press Releases

Change is coming to your weekly e-Newsletter

Your weekly dose of insights on tax and SMSFs is changing to a fortnightly schedule, so after Friday March 2 the next e-Newsletter from Tax & Super Australia will turn up in your in-box on Friday March 16. But it will be worth the wait. The upside will be that each newsletter will be filled

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New superannuation laws – a challenge for advisers

Tax & Super Australia commends the Federal Government on the prompt passage of superannuation reforms through both Houses of Parliament during the current sitting. However, the new measures will mean that advisers will need to quickly get up to speed in order to help their clients. superannuation laws, advisers, clients, superannuation Chief Executive Officer, Moti

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Government backflips on major elements of the proposed superannuation tax reforms

The announcement today by the Government on the tempering of superannuation changes has delivered mixed news for Australian taxpayers.Government backflips on major elements of the proposed tax reforms Tax & Super Australia CEO Moti Kshirsagar says he fully supports the abandonment of the proposed $500,000 retrospective cap, as well as the corralling of $1.6 million

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First tranche of superannuation reforms welcomed

Tax & Super Australia welcomes the release of the first tranche of draft legislation implementing a range of superannuation system changes announced in the 2016-17 Budget. First tranche of superannuation reforms welcomed. Tax & Super Australia CEO Moti Kshirsagar noted that proposed changes simplify the acceptance of contributions and remove several restrictions currently in place

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Essential collection of super articles to help fuel election policy debate

Essential collection of super articles to help fuel election policy debate. Superannuation will again feature as a contentious topic in the upcoming Federal Election but help is at hand to understand the regulatory landscape. Essential collection of super articles to help fuel election policy debate The Tax Research Foundation Limited, a fully owned subsidiary of

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