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Things you haven’t thought to do with super paper


This paper covers:

  • share platters - mechanisms for managing disputes in SMSFs
  • cutting the pie - children SMSFs
  • bittersweet - personal injury compensation payments into super
  • having your cake (and eating it too) - using large industry/retail fund insurance option
  • supersize it - chasing anti-detriment payments for death benefits
  • leftovers - pensions for life
  • layer cakes - multiple pensions and combining pensions
  • lollipops - death benefits for grandchildren - thinking about skipping a generation
  • baby chinos - contributions and re-contributions for minors
  • eat it while it’s hot - getting death benefits out before death.

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Suzanne Mackenzie CTA
Photo of author, Suzanne MACKENZIE Suzanne is a founding Partner and Practice Leader at DMAW Lawyers in South Australia and has particular expertise in the financial services and superannuation industry, having specialised in all aspects of superannuation law since she began practising over 25 years ago. She is the principal adviser to many large APRA-regulated and public sector superannuation funds and her practice is also involved in working with accountants, advisers and high net worth individuals in the area of self-managed superannuation funds, particularly in complex areas. - Current at 04 January 2018
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