Published on 23 Nov 07
by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
The sweeping changes to Australia’s superannuation system mean that self-managed superannuation funds are likely to become the primary wealth creation vehicle for many Australians. This paper explores how to maximise the super opportunity and in particular covers:
- maximising contributions and superannuation balances
- growing your superannuation with property
- utilising superannuation as a wealth succession and estate planning vehicle.
Sylvia Villios CTA
Sylvia is a lecturer at the Adelaide Law School, University of Adelaide. Sylvia researches and teaches in taxation law, particularly focussing on questions about the operation of the Australian tax system, taxation policy, corporate taxation and the role, powers and accountability of the Commissioner of Taxation.
She heads the taxation sub-group of the Regulation of Corporations, Insolvency and Taxation (ROCIT) research unit which is based at the University of Adelaide. She is an editorial panel member of the Australian Tax Law Bulletin, Lexis Nexis. She is currently undertaking her PhD titled 'A Framework for Corporate Insolvency Taxation: The Crossroads of the Theoretical Perspectives in Taxation Law and Insolvency Law' at the University of Adelaide.
Current at 01 February 2016
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