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Whether it is catching up on the latest changes to the SMSF environment, or refreshing your memory on those issues that only arise every so often we’ve got your SMSF professional development needs covered.
We have compiled a library of fact sheets relating to various aspects of SMSF admin and compliance.
Our Education Manager, Tim Miller provides up to date SMSF Education on all aspects of SMSFs.
We are excited to provide you with regular technical webinars on specific topics relating to SMSFs.
Check out our latest blog post which includes useful SMSF insights.
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Cash, coins, crypto and collectables – not all money is created equal
20 April 2021 (12:30 PM – 1:30 PM AEST)
This webinar will contemplate the various types of currency based assets that an SMSF can hold and how those asset must be held. We will also delve in to the CGT implications of holding certain assets, the related party acquisitions rules and any other requirements that need to be considered when investing in non-standard assets, or standard assets depending on where you sit in the generational divide.
Creating a contribution strategy playbook – workshop
21 April 2021 (1:30 PM – 5:00 PM AEST)
This interactive workshop will provide attendees with direct access to one of Australia’s leading SMSF educators. Over the course of 3 hours Tim Miller will take attendees through the interaction between Tax and Super identifying all the key contribution strategies available throughout the lifecycle of an SMSF member.
Using a number of case studies taken from real fund examples and the creative mind of the presenter, this workshop will work through how various contribution strategies interact with the total superannuation balance and transfer balance cap concepts as well as delve into the more complex contributions issues linked with small business concessions, disability, the use of reserves and refunding contributions.