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Published on 28 Oct 2011
| Took place at Leonda by the Yarra, Hawthorn
There have been significant changes in the SMSF field in recent months, with the release of SMSFR 2011/D1 and TR 2011/D3.
These impact on SMSF borrowings and pensions (including and succession planning). This
event focused on:
Author(s): Bryce FIGOT This paper covers:
what the draft ruling is about
case study - Practical implications
how to make a beneficiary automatically entitled to a pension
Materials from this session:
Reversionary pensions paper $75.00 - non member price shopping_cart Add to cart
Key SMSF developments presentation $15.00 - non member price shopping_cart Add to cart
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This paper covers:
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