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You might be eligible to make additional contributions to super up to $300,000 per person from the proceeds of the sale of your home. The newly legislated ‘downsizer contribution’ rules, remove some of the barriers that prevent you being able to contribute extra money to super...

For many of us, retirement means more than simply waking up one day and not having to go to work. Modern-day retirement provides the opportunity to do the things we didn’t have the time to do while we were raising a family, pursuing our careers...

Do you ever wonder what happens to your super after you die? This is particularly important if you have an SMSF. No one wants to burden others with planning a funeral and figuring out what to do with their SMSF, so let’s look at what...

Many Australians dream about living and working overseas, but before packing their bags people need to think about what steps to take to ensure they don’t end up with a big tax bill on their return home, says Peter Bembrick, tax partner at HLB Mann...

Tech Strategic Update A lump sum superannuation death benefit paid to someone who is not a death benefits dependant for tax purposes can be subject to significant tax (refer to Appendix 1 for details). In contrast, lump sum death benefits paid to someone who does qualify as a death...

Frequently Asked Questions The information provided on this web page is subject to the passage of legislation. The information on this page have been provided to indicate the broad impacts of the new means test rules for pooled lifetime income streams. The Department of Social Services disclaims all...