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Published on 10 Dec 13
by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Once you know and understand the rules and regulations surrounding the operation of SMSFs, it is often considered just a matter of process to administer the events that happen. You just get the bank and investment information from the client, process the transactions into the superannuation software and produce the required year end documentation right? Alas that’s not the case. Unfortunately there are many tricks and traps that surround events that happen in the operation of SMSFs that can catch administrators out when processing these events. For instance, the timing, the content and the order of documentation can often be critical to getting it right.
This presentation looks at a number of common events in the life of an SMSF and outline the various requirements to get it right, including:
commencement and full and partial commutations of pensions
events impacting trustees and members, such as admission, death, rollout of benefits and fund wind ups
requirements for contributions (concessional, CGT cap amounts and work test issues).
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