A super death benefit is the super paid after a person’s death, usually to a nominated beneficiary. These benefits are subject to different tax treatments, de..
Self-managed super funds (SMSF) may be required to lodge a transfer balance account (TBA) report by 28 July 2020 in the case of a TBA event.
A TBA report will..
Self-managed super funds can carry on a business providing the business is allowed under the trust deed and operated for the sole purpose of providing retirem..
Employers with a self-managed super fund (SMSF) looking to protect their business assets can consider transferring their business real property into their SMS..
Running an SMSF under regular circumstances comes with enough compliance obligations as it is. Adding divorce or separation into the equation can raise even m..
Property is a common investment option for SMSFs, however, the ATO has a number of regulations SMSF owners need to be wary of. The ATO is particularly concern..
Contributions made on behalf of your spouse to a complying superannuation fund or a retirement savings account (RSA) may be eligible for a tax offset.
Paying your employees superannuation is an integral part of being an employer. Superannuation provides income for your workers in retirement and it is your le..
While there are benefits to running an SMSF, they do not come without their compliance responsibilities. This includes lodging your fund’s annual return on ti..
Individuals looking to buy their first home may claim up to $30,000 of their super contributions through the First Home Super Saver (FHSS) Scheme, which aims ..