Former company directors, including those of corporate SMSF trustees, will not be required to obtain a director identification number (director ID) by 30 November if
The High Court has spoken. In its decision in Hill v Zuda Pty Ltd, it has given self-managed super fund trustees much-needed clarity around a
Recontribution tactics made possible by rule changes are a game changer for older Australians and their families. The 2021 federal budget introduced sweeping changes to
With SMSF investors increasingly incorporating cryptocurrency into their funds, it’s important to take note of the complexities involved in the merging of the two worlds.
For self-managed super fund trustees, July 1 will usher in a new era. For the first time, individuals aged between 67 and 75 will no
A well-considered estate plan will make life easier for any beneficiaries – the invaluable parting gift. For self-managed super funds, now numbering around 600,000 and
Millennials and Generation Z SMSF investors are mainly focused on investing in stocks, property and cryptocurrency, according to a survey by a social investing network.
This article is part of a series of articles on SMSF succession planning. In Part 2 of the series we examine the tax considerations that