Super Re-contribution Strategies

Super Re-contribution Strategies

Super Re-contribution Strategies As of June 2017, SMSFs (Self Managed Super Funds) are responsible for the largest portion of super funds in Australia. As of March 2017, there were approximately 1.13 million SMSF trustees running well over half a million (596,516)...
How to find lost super

How to find lost super

How to find lost super One of the most common things we hear is that someone has lost their super – in other words, they have superannuation accounts that they no longer remember or have the details of and no longer contribute to. This is a common occurrence in...
SMSF Sole Purpose Test

SMSF Sole Purpose Test

SMSF Sole Purpose Test The sole purpose test is a test the ATO uses to ensure that SMSF trusts are operating with the intention of only benefitting from their funds through the sole purpose of either retirement or in the event of a member’s death. While the way that...
Updating Your SMSF Trust Deed

Updating Your SMSF Trust Deed

Updating Your SMSF Trust Deed It is important to have a robust and up-to-date trust deed for your SMSF. Over the years there have been many changes to government requirements around how SMSFs are managed. Whenever the government make changes to SMSF regulations or...