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Reversionary transition to retirement income streams

Publication date: 30 Oct 17 | Source: AUSTRALIAN TAX WEEK

Issue: Issue 41, 13 Oct 2017

Pages: pp. 1-3

Abstract:

The new rules that govern when a transition to retirement income stream (TRIS) enters retirement phase give rise to a number of complex issues in the context of reversionary nominations and death. This article examines the retirement phase rules and reversionary TRISs in detail, based on the law and the latest ATO view.

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Daniel Butler CTA
Photo of author, Daniel BUTLER Daniel of DBA Lawyers, is one of Australia’s leading SMSF lawyers and has worked predominantly in the SMSF, tax and related fields for over 30 years. He is a regular presenter on SMSF topics and has published extensively in professional journals including contributing a monthly article on SMSFs to the Taxation in Australia and other media. Dan is a member of the ATO’s Superannuation Industry Relationship Network (SIRN), the Chair of the Tax Institute’s National Superannuation Committee, a member of the Law Institute of Victoria’s Tax Committee, and is involved with a number of other tax and SMSF committees and discussion groups. Dan presents on the subject Taxation of Superannuation at the University of Melbourne’s Master of Laws/Tax program. Dan is also a Specialist SMSF Advisor. - Current at 04 September 2019
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William Fettes
William is a lawyer at leading SMSF law firm DBA Lawyers where his work focuses on superannuation law compliance, succession planning and taxation in an SMSF context. Before joining DBA Lawyers, William worked in a variety of roles involving wills and estates law and philanthropy. William holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts from Monash University. - Current at 01 August 2018
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