Miscellaneous 2002

Current superannuation issues

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 17 May 2002

This powerpoint presentation discusses the budget announcements and how they effect planning, revisiting the unit trust structure and security and borrowing issues, the phasing in of the 'in-house asset' rules and planning opportunities, current thinking in payment of benefits, RBL issues , interaction with small business CGT concessions.

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Current superannuation issues

Author(s): Andrew Skinner
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  • Published By: Andrew Skinner
  • Published On:17 May 2002
  • Took place at:Newcastle/Canberra/Ballina

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Miscellaneous 2002

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