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2 Mar 2022
The Government has affected the removal of the work test from the superannuation contribution acceptance rules for those aged 67 to 74. This will apply from 1 July 2022.
10 Feb 2022
On 10 February 2022, Treasury Laws Amendment (Enhancing Superannuation Outcomes For Australians and Helping Australian Businesses Invest) Bill 2021 passed both houses and will become law once the Governor General gives it Royal Assent. The Bill contained six measures, five of which were super related.
7 Feb 2022
The ATO has updated their SuperStream implementation and onboarding information document to advise of scenarios where a rollover in or out of an SMSF will not be required to be transacted via SuperStream.
2 Feb 2022
The amendments made to the non-arm’s length income rules to include the concept of non-arm’s length expenditure took effect from 1 July 2018. However, despite nearly four years passing, an ATO draft ruling, consultation period, finalisation of the ATO’s ruling, there still remains significant concerns on the wide reaching effect of these 2018 amendments and particularly the potential dire tax outcome for a superannuation fund that has non-arm’s length expenditure.
31 Jan 2022
One of the measures to come out of this year’s Federal Budget and is included in a Bill recently introduced into the lower house, is the proposal to remove the $450 monthly threshold for employer superannuation guarantee (SG) liability.
5 Jan 2022
Follow your path to find out if your fund needs an actuarial certificate for income years on or after 2017-18.
3 Jan 2022
During end of year planning for self-managed superannuation funds (SMSF) one way to provide distinct value for your SMSF clients is to ensure that they do not become liable to pay any unnecessary tax.
6 Dec 2021
With a Federal election to be called next year, time is of the essence for superannuation related measures, draft legislation and Bills to be passed into law.

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