Published on 01 Nov 06
by "TAXATION IN AUSTRALIA" JOURNAL ARTICLE
This article takes you through the proposed superannuation reforms and explains important changes resulting from consultation. It highlights the opportunities that have arisen from the proposed changes and provides tips relating to the taxation and payment of benefits, as well as the commutation of pensions.
Chris Ketsakidis CTA
Chris heads the Superannuation & Financial Services practice at Maurice Blackburn
Commercial. His expertise is in the areas of superannuation, estate planning, tax structuring and trusts. He has practised for more than eighteen years in these key areas. Chris advises a range of participants in the superannuation and financial services industry, including accountants, financial advisers, superannuation fund trustees, SMEs and high net-worth clients.
Current at 18 August 2010
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Thalia Dardamanis CTA
Thalia is a Special Counsel at Bernie O’Sullivan Lawyers. She has been practising in superannuation law and estate planning for approximately 10 years. Thalia is a regular presenter on superannuation and wealth succession topics and has published extensively in these areas. For several years now she has been lecturing the superannuation module of the advanced Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) program for The Tax Institute. She is currently a member of The Tax Institute’s National Superannuation Technical Committee and is completing her Master of Laws at the University of Melbourne. Current at 30 June 2015
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John is a Senior Associate with Maurice Blackburn Cashman Commercial, Lawyers. He has had extensive experience in advising clients on superannuation, taxation, financial services disclosure, estate planning and trust related matters. John has written a number of articles for the Taxation in Australia Journal, CCH Super News and has presented a number of seminars covering the areas of superannuation, estate planning, and taxation law. John, together with Chris Ketsakidis, are the contributing authors of the superannuation chapters of the Australian Tax Handbook. Current at 24 January 2007
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