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SMSF annual return for pension phase trustees

Posted on November 15, 2017 by admin

Self-managed super fund (SMSF) trustees who are in pension phase must lodge their SMSF annual returns if they remain active, or choose to wind up the fund. The ATO is warning SMSF trustees about their regulatory obligations and is paying close attention to those SMSFs that are not meeting their lodgment obligations. Trustees must lodge a Self-managed superannuation fund annual return 2017 if it was a self-managed super fund on 30 June 2017, or a self-managed super fund that was wound up during 2016-17. Super funds that are not SMSFs at the end of 2016-17 must use the fund income […]


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Making smart investment choices in your SMSF

Posted on October 24, 2014 by editor

One of the most exciting things about self-managing your superannuation is the ability to make your own investment choices. In SMSFs, there are also a lot more investment options available, and it can be tempting to get a little creative with your portfolio. However, unless you are extremely confident and familiar with the investment, or have received trusted professional advice, it is advisable to be wary of unorthodox investment options. Especially if someone is making a hard sales pitch, because good investments sell themselves! This week the ATO released a warning about telemarketers trying to convince SMSF trustees to invest […]

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Transitioning to retirement pension in an SMSF

Posted on September 4, 2015 by editor

The transition to retirement income pension is quite straight forward, however whether there are clear benefits depends on an individual’s personal circumstances. When an individual starts the transition to retirement income pension (TRIP) once they reach preservation age and are still working, they receive an income stream from their SMSF. Their existing account balance in their SMSF simply becomes a pension account, and any future contributions will go to a new accumulation fund in the same SMSF. The minimum income an individual is required to receive each year is 4 per cent of the balance of their pension account. The […]

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ATO warns small businesses of SuperStream deadline

Posted on October 27, 2016 by editor

The Australian Tax Office has warned small businesses that time is running out to start paying superannuation contributions in the new and mandatory electronic standard called SuperStream. SuperStream is the new mandatory way employers must make super contributions on behalf of their employees. It involves employers sending all super payments and employee information electronically in a standard format. Those employers that are still paying their super by cheque must move to the electronic solution to make super contributions. Small business employers have until this Friday – 28 October 2016 – to become compliant. Small businesses who have failed to adopt […]

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Are your website costs tax deductible?

Posted on March 1, 2017 by editor

The ATO has provided business owners with further guidance on the deductibility of website costs in a recent Taxation Ruling. The Tax Office considers a commercial website as a website which is used in the course of a business, irrespective of whether it is used directly to produce income. This does not include software provided on the website for installation on the user’s device. Hardware, the right to use the domain name and content available on or incorporated into a website that has independent value to the business are considered separate from a commercial website. The tax deductibility of a […]

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