Australian Superannuation Handbook 2019-20

ISBN: 9780864697943
Publisher: Thomson Reuters
Publish Date: 09/08/2019

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Australian Superannuation Handbook 2019-20

The interconnected nature of tax, superannuation and social security means that accountants and other professional advisers need a working knowledge of the latest changes to guide their clients through the maze of provisions. To this end, the Australian Superannuation Handbook 2019-20 assists with making the most of superannuation as a tax-effective investment vehicle for wealth creation and retirement savings objectives.

Current to 1 July 2019, the Australian Superannuation Handbook 2019-20 is an essential companion for tax practitioners to help comply with the latest superannuation regulatory requirements.

With the 2019 Federal election out of the way, the superannuation sector is set to enjoy some policy stability for established structures and strategies. The focus now returns to planning for the range of superannuation measures previously announced by the Government.

The superannuation industry was laid bare by the Banking Royal Commission which exposed certain practices that fell short of community expectations. On a positive note, the Government has quickly begun to implement the recommendations to restore trust in the industry.

What's new in Australian Superannuation Handbook 2019-20

  • Reforms from the Banking Royal Commission
  • Navigating contribution rules and carry forward of unused caps
  • Pension transfer balance cap and reporting obligations
  • Estate planning for death benefits – tips from recent cases
  • SMSF borrowings – pending changes and ATO compliance focus
  • 2019-20 Federal Budget – contributions flexibility around retirement.

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