Your shopping cart is empty

Superannuation - Pensions and death paper


Recent changes in superannuation law have simplified some superannuation pension rules, but most of the big questions remain. This paper helps advisers identify the best pension structure for clients having regard to both taxation and estate planning considerations.

Issues covered include:

  • When should clients think about pensions – age 55, resignation, retirement or other?
  • Comparing and contrasting pension options
  • When can you commute a pension?
  • Re-contribution and other strategies you need to tell your clients about
  • Should you always segregate assets?
  • Reversionary pensions and binding death nominations – which one wins?

Author profile:

Thalia is a Solicitor with Maurice Blackburn Cashman Commercial, Lawyers. She advises accountants, financial advisers, high net-worth individuals and superannuation fund trustees on superannuation, financial services disclosure, estate planning, trust and taxation issues affecting superannuation and worker entitlement funds.
Current at 28 November 2006 Current at 11 February 2013 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Thalia KALABOUKAS.


This was presented at 51st Victorian State Convention .

Get a 20% discount when you buy all the items from this event.

Individual sessions

Resolving tax disputes

Author(s):  Michael BEARMAN

Materials from this session:

Transfer pricing: The ATO perspective

Author(s):  Michael JENKINS

Materials from this session:

Family trusts and the family court

Author(s):  Geoffrey DICKSON

Materials from this session:

The new Part IVA - Clarification or extension?

Author(s):  Simon STEWARD

Materials from this session:

Cases review

Author(s):  Jerome TSE

Materials from this session:

The new transfer pricing rule

Author(s):  Michael SELTH

Materials from this session:

Reportable tax positions

Author(s):  Judy MORRIS

Materials from this session:

Further details about this event:


Copyright Statement
click to expand/collapse