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Are your superannuation benefits safe from creditors and the ATO? paper

Published on 05 May 16 by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • Bankruptcy Act - overview
  • legislative changes prior to July 2007
  • a member's interest in superannuation
  • general bankruptcy clawback provisions
  • legislative changes from July 2007
  • superannuation claw back provisions
  • recovering void contributions
  • transfers to defraud creditors under state law
  • legal capacity of a bankrupt
  • benefits
  • death benefits.

Author profile

Charalambous Patsias CTA
Harry Patsias is a Partner at Wallmans Lawyers providing specialist tax, superannuation and commercial advice. His areas of expertise include federal and state taxes, superannuation compliance and commercial and trust law. Harry is experienced in managing and resolving contentious issues with federal and state taxation authorities, including pre-audit risk reviews and taxpayer representation during comprehensive reviews, audits, mediation of taxation disputes and appeals. - Current at 16 August 2016
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