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What is the Transfer Balance Cap?

With the new super rules beginning on 1 July 2017, your requirement to report information about your SMSF and the pensions it pays you and other […]

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Finalist for the 2017 Queensland SMSF Adviser of the Year Awards!!

We are very proud that Jason has been announced as a Finalist for this year’s Queensland SMSF Adviser of the Year Awards. Jason has been a […]

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10 “Super” things to do before 30 June

The 2017 Financial Year is fast coming to a close – and with the impending changes to superannuation from 1 July, being on top of your […]

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2017 Budget – how did it change your Super?

Government delivers stability in 2017-2018 Federal Budget Stability and confidence for superannuation is the good news coming out of the 2017-2018 Federal Budget. With SMSF members […]

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The $1.6 million transfer balance cap – what does it mean for you?

The changes to superannuation announced in the 2016 Federal Budget have been passed by Parliament. Amongst those changes was the introduction of a $1.6 million transfer […]

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Changes to the Aged Pension from 1 January 2017

As the end of the year is drawing rapidly to a close it may feel like the changes to the Asset Test for the Aged Pension […]

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What does “Brexit” mean for your SMSF?

The decision made by voters in the United Kingdom (UK) recently to leave the European Union (EU) – known as “Brexit” – has had an immediate […]

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10 “Super” things to do before 30 June

The 2016 May Budget threw a spanner in the works for people planning for their retirement, and with the looming Federal Election, we are in for […]

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ATO safe harbour provisions for SMSF borrowing

**UPDATE** 30/05/2016 – The ATO has announced the safe harbour deadline is extended to 31 January 2017 The long awaited ATO guidance on what is considered […]

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What are the benefits of a corporate trustee for your SMSF?

Many SMSF’s are established with individual trustees as it’s quick, easy and generally the cheaper option. However, many SMSF trustees are not aware of the pitfalls […]

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