Fears of an emerging systemic risk in the self-managed super funds sector — home for more than $530 billion in Australian retirement savings and the ­nation’s fastest-growing nest egg — have promoted a call for a radical overhaul of the supervision of the SMSF sector.
Trustees of self-managed superannuation funds (SMSF) may have caught their breath this week when they read that the Australian Taxation Office had its eye on capital gains that were going tax-free once members moved into the pension phase.
Reader question: I will be moving overseas soon and will require long term income from an investment in Australia. I was thinking of purchasing property and having the rent as a source of income, but after careful reading on the ATO website it seems I would be deemed a non-resident of Australia for tax purposes, therefore rental income would ...
Reader question: I am 63 and my wife who is 61 wish to move into our investment property when I reach 65. I understand there would be no capital gains unless I sell the property. But we do wish to move into a newer home and sell this property eventually. Is there a grace period that we can live in the investment property and ...
The Centre For International Finance & Regulation (CIFR) has just announced the funding for the next round of research projects, including one proposal being conducted by Mr Taxman on the monitoring and performance attributes of superannuation funds in Australia.
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