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Simpler super - getting it in paper


The sweeping changes to Australia’s superannuation system mean that self managed superannuation funds have never been more attractive as wealth accumulation vehicles. The question is how can we best take advantage of the new rules, and what challenges do they present? Using practical examples, this paper focusses on the possibilities for maximising contributions and superannuation balances under the new rules, while minimising the impact of new restrictions such as those on contributions.

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Suzanne Mackenzie CTA
Photo of author, Suzanne MACKENZIE Suzanne is a Barrister specialising in financial services, superannuation, trusts and equity, taxation and general corporate and commercial matters work. Suzanne has a great depth of knowledge and experience in superannuation law and takes a keen interest in the latest changes and trends affecting the industry – having done so for more than 30 years. She acts for trustees of large industry and retail funds as well as public sector funds and also regularly acts in relation to smaller individual claims and matters affecting SMSFs. - Current at 11 July 2022
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