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Reducing de facto death duties on the payment of superannuation death benefits to adult children paper

Published on 19 Jun 14 by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • an overview of the taxation of superannuation benefits
  • element taxed in the fund
  • establishing ‘dependency’
  • accessing super pre-death
  • re-contribution strategies
  • other relevant issues for adult children beneficiaries.

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Suzanne Mackenzie CTA
Photo of author, Suzanne MACKENZIE Suzanne is a Barrister specialising in financial services, superannuation, trusts and equity, taxation and general corporate and commercial matters work. Suzanne has a great depth of knowledge and experience in superannuation law and takes a keen interest in the latest changes and trends affecting the industry – having done so for more than 30 years. She acts for trustees of large industry and retail funds as well as public sector funds and also regularly acts in relation to smaller individual claims and matters affecting SMSFs. - Current at 16 September 2021
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