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Politic@l Spinner. 18m
Should people in super switch to a safer option Like cash until this blows over in a few months? if it does 😒
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Youngest Alhaji Feb 21
on the hit for next week with you hommie youngest alhaji
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Luke Smith 2h
The Treasury Laws Amendment (Recovering Unpaid Superannuation) Bill 2019 - Super Guarantee amnesty for employers - has passed the Parliament, without amendment, 37 votes to 31.
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SolePurposeTest.com 1h
Super Guarantee amnesty for employers passes Parliament
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Deborah Jenkins Feb 20
Great to be part of the Tax Practitioner Stewardship Group today! Thanks to the practitioners involved 👏🏼 We appreciate your fantastic input in helping us shape the future of the &a system
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SuperConcepts 4h
Missed this legislation update at the SMSFA National Conference? Hear what our Technical Mastermind, Peter Burgess, had to say about the changes in this video -
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selfmanagedsuper Feb 18
Great news!! 🥳 To all attendees at the - selfmanagedsuper magazine is now DIGITAL!! For more information visit stand 30 or subscribe to it on !! Now that’s a good start.☺️
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Astrid Dare 17h
Looking forward to being a panelist at AIST's Conference of Major Super Funds next month, discussing whether social media is a marketing myth or a necessity.
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Michael E. Drew Feb 21
The ‘price’ of policy > “The Australian government gave up A$41bn in tax revenue last year to support its universal superannuation scheme, which has accumulated some A$3trn” via
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Michael E. Drew Feb 21
Geographic concentration > “Australia’s funds are expected to own 60% of all listed stocks on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) by 2033, according to research firm Rainmaker” via
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Bruce Brammall 18h
New Year's Eve is a stupid time to make resolutions. But here's some brain food to get you started, for a bit later in January, on the makeover you're planning for your personal finances.
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SolePurposeTest.com 7h
Increasing SMSF member cap from 4 to 6 remains Government policy
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selfmanagedsuper Feb 19
The SMSF Association has introduced a new designation to recognise members with a long history of servicing the sector in a significant manner.
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Rob 7h
Ok. Just went conservative mode (cash/bonds, minimum shares) on my superannuation. Locking in the massive growth of the past 10 years and will just sit out the next 3 months for At some point lack of production and purchases will hit profits.
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AR Wealth Management Feb 21
‘Grossly unfair’: How Australia’s super system penalises mothers
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selfmanagedsuper Feb 19
The SMSF sector should be seen as a prototype demonstrating how Australians can be better serviced in retirement by super funds, an industry body leader has said.
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Debby Blakey Feb 16
Many women don't realise they are legally entitled to a share of their partner's super. Super splitting should not be costly or complicated. We're fighting to change this
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selfmanagedsuper Feb 19
Change to non-arm’s length expenses (NALE) provisions are unlikely but better guidance on its application will be forthcoming, according to an SMSF technical expert.
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selfmanagedsuper Feb 19
The success of the SMSF sector is driving competition within the wider super industry, a senior government minister has said.
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Luke Hooper 22h
Proposed changes to the PYSP fee cap rules do not require exiting members to be paid out within 3 months of exit (it is 3 months of EOFY as per the current rules for existing members). Is this intentional ? It makes sense that it would be post-EOFY.
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