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The Government's Plan to Simplify and Streamline Superannuation: Where are we now?

Published on 23 Aug 2006 | Took place at Stamford Plaza Adelaide , SA

The extent of the Government’s ‘Plan to simplify and streamline superannuation’, as announced in the Federal Budget, came as quite a surprise to many. Some of the proposals were a pleasant surprise, others less so. Overall though, there is little doubt that the proposals have served to strengthen the appeal of superannuation funds as wealth accumulation vehicles going forward.

This session provided an overview of the Government’s proposals and further developments since the budget announcement. It also considered the impact of the proposals on common superannuation transactions and strategies.

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The government's plan to simplify and streamline superannuation: where are we now?

Author(s):  Matthew TRIPODI

This paper provides an overview of the Government’s proposals and further developments since the budget announcement. It also considers the impact of the proposals on common superannuation transactions and strategies.

This paper was originally presented at “The Government’s Plan to Simplify and Streamline Superannuation: Where are we now?” held in Adelaide on 23 August 2006. It includes some updates made for presentation at the ‘Major Changes: Superannuation, CGT Small Business Concessions and Bankruptcy’ seminar held in Darwin on 15 September 2007.

Materials from this session: