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Total superannuation balance and limited recourse borrowing arrangements: Part 2

Joseph Cheung ([email protected]), Lawyer and Daniel Butler ([email protected]), Director, DBA Lawyers Under certain circumstances, an individual member’s total superannuation balance (‘TSB’) will be increased by their share of the outstanding balance of a limited recourse borrowing arrangement (‘LRBA’) that commenced on or after 1 July 2018 when the Treasury Laws Amendment (2018 Superannuation Measures No. [read more]

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Superannuation proceeds trusts: can you establish one after a client’s death?

By Bryce Figot ([email protected]), Special Counsel, DBA Lawyers (Note: this article is only a very brief discussion of one aspect of superannuation proceeds trusts — for a complete guide to superannuation proceeds trusts, see https://www.dbalawyers.com.au/dba-news/the-complete-guide-to-super-proceeds-trusts/) In this article I discuss whether a superannuation proceeds trust can be set up after death. However, first I pause [read more]

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Total superannuation balance and limited recourse borrowing arrangements: Part 1

Joseph Cheung, Lawyer and Bryce Figot, Special Counsel, DBA Lawyers If the Treasury Laws Amendment (2018 Superannuation Measures No. 1) Bill 2018 (‘Bill’) becomes law, an individual member’s total superannuation balance (‘TSB’) may be increased by their share of the outstanding balance of a limited recourse borrowing arrangement (‘LRBA’) that commenced on or after 1 [read more]

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