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Wealth migration to and from SMSFs paper

Published on 26 May 08 by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper canvasses the strategies and emerging practices associated with the transfer of wealth to and from SMSFs. It also reviews the CGT, stamp duty and commercial issues associated with the transfer of wealth back to non-superannuation entities for the benefit and control of the next generation. Topics covered include:

  • maximisation of contribution caps
  • issues for trust and company structures
  • interface with small business CGT concessions
  • in specie distributions and contributions
  • employment termination payments including transitional termination payments.

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Peter Slegers CTA
Photo of author, Peter SLEGERS Peter Slegers, LLB (Hons), MTax, CTA Partner Cowell Clarke Peter heads Cowell Clarke's tax and revenue practice group. Peter advises and acts for a wide range of public and private companies as well as for the trustees of self managed superannuation funds. Peter’s areas of expertise include: income tax (as it impacts on business and high net worth clients); capital gains tax; goods and services tax; state taxes and superannuation law. Peter also does succession planning work and is involved in significant business restructures. Peter is regularly involved in advising SMSF trustees on issues associated with superannuation income streams. Peter has a master’s degree in taxation from the University of NSW – ATAX School. Peter is also a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the SMSF Professionals Association of Australia Ltd. Peter is a member of the Tax Institute’s South Australian State Council. - Current at 30 August 2017
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