SMS - Strategies Day 2016
SMS - Strategies Day 2016

Trouble ahead for foreign super transfers

27-Jun-2016|By Krystine Lumanta

Transferring super out of the United Kingdom back to Australia might be a viable option for SMSFs in light of the historic Brexit vote in favour of Britain withdrawing from the European Union and the proposed lifetime non-concessional contributio.. Read More

SMSF Association lobbying hard on budget


The SMSF Association is already in discussions with Canberra over its and the broader sector’s concerns about the proposed changes to superannuation announced in this year’s federal budget. “[We.. Read More

Brexit requires super rethink by govt


The SMSF Owners’ Alliance, together with the Australian Shareholders’ Association, Australian Investors Association, Small Self-managed Superannuation Funds Association and Save Our Super, have cautioned .. Read More

SMSF vote integral to better IPO rules


OnMarket BookBuilds has issued an urgent call to action for the SMSF industry to block changes proposed by the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) that will significantly reduce their already limited access to and p.. Read More

Excess concessional contributions add issue


People who have exceeded their concessional contributions cap may be forced to manage an extra layer of complexity in having to comply with the proposed $500,000 lifetime non-concessional contributions cap contained .. Read More

Spring FG opens mysuper247 SMSF platform


Financial services company Spring FG today announced it had opened its mysuper247 SMSF platform for pre-registration, ahead of its full operational launch next month. Operating from, the platform p.. Read More

SMSFs receptive to Listcorp benefits


SMSF investors are showing great interest in the Listcorp platform’s informative and engaging approach to accessing simple information on Australian listed companies they invest in. Listcorp chief executive.. Read More

Popularity of SAFs to rise


A financial services consultant has predicted the use of small Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) funds (SAF) will increase in the coming year due to a rise in the costs of running an SMSF. JWW Con.. Read More

SMSFA applauds SuperStream leeway


The SMSF Association has welcomed the ATO decision to extend the 30 June deadline for small businesses to become SuperStream compliant, calling it a flexible approach in providing them a few more months to adapt. .. Read More

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