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Calculating exempt current pension income paper


This paper covers:

  • what is exempt current pension income?
  • which calculation method do I use?
  • calculating ECPI
  • which method should you choose?
  • minimum pension requirement
  • treatment of expenses.

Author profile:

Brad Twentyman
Brad is a Director in the Superannuation consulting practice of Pitcher Partners and commenced with the firm in 2004. Brad has specialised in superannuation for 15 years, operating in the private and public sectors, including providing policy and technical advice to government. Brad provides strategic advice to the firm's high net worth clients, including tax-effective contribution and benefit strategies, consults with superannuation fund trustees on compliance, disclosure and governance requirements and advises the firm's employer clients on compulsory superannuation requirements. Current at 27 May 2014

This was presented at National Superannuation Conference 2014.

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