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Superannuation compliance, focusing on SMSFs presentation

Published on 19 May 11 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • focus of talk on self managed superannuation funds
  • legal framework around self managed superannuation funds
  • compliance and regulatory framework for SMSF's
  • the compliance process
  • compliance issues and how to deal with them
  • what to do when a fund is or is might be made noncomplying.

Author profile

George Samaras CTA
Photo of author, George SAMARAS George is the Principal of Samaras Lawyers, a newly established boutique taxation, commercial and superannuation law practice situated at The Rocks in Sydney. George has nearly 14 years of experience, in both accounting and law, providing taxation, commercial, superannuation and trust law advice as well as getting involved in reviews, investigations and appeals with the ATO and the OSR, assisting accountants, solicitors, planners, other professionals, private business/private business owners, property developers and others. George has extensive experience in dealing with trusts and related issues. He regularly presents at both professional and industry groups and is the author of a number of papers. - Current at 30 October 2013
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