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Superannuation - Current issues in the contributions phase paper

Published on 07 Apr 06 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

Addresses current issues in the context of SMSFs in the contributions phase including:

  •  Impact of the sole purpose test on what a SMSF can do
  • ATO Audit focus on audits
  • Ensuring compliance with choice requirements
  • Inhouse assets
  • Cloning of SMSFs as a means of separation 

Author profile:

Author Photo - Allan McPherson CTA
Allan McPherson CTA
Allan is a Director of McPhersons, a company which specialises in providing technical advice on superannuation matters to the accounting, legal and financial planning industries. Allan has been involved in the superannuation industry for over 30 years and is well known for his development of retirement and superannuation related strategies. He comes from a taxation related background having worked at the Australian Taxation Office and the tax division of a large chartered accounting practice as a tax consultant, prior to establishing his own practice. Allan is a regular presenter of papers and superannuation workshops for the many professional bodies in Queensland and the southern states. Current at 07 September 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Allan MCPHERSON.
 

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