The question seems simple enough — what should you do when the trust deed for a self managed superannuation fund (‘SMSF’) is lost? The answer to this question is becoming increasingly important as more and more trust deeds are being misplaced or lost. This article offers a solution that may be appropriate for some SMSF [read more]
Establish a new SMSF
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Treasury released draft legislation today that will impact limited recourse borrowing arrangements. We consider the major changes for SMSFs and limited recourse borrowing arrangements. Background Naturally, in order for a trustee of a superannuation fund to be allowed to borrow, the asset must be held on trust for the trustee of the superannuation fund. To [read more]
Generally, a pension must be paid in cash. However, not every SMSF has ready cash to satisfy the minimum. Thus, it provides much needed flexibility when a pension can be satisfied in kind, eg, by way of an off-market transfer of listed securities, to ensure the pension exemption can continue and the minimum annual payment [read more]