|New pension — commence a new account-based pension (‘ABP’) or transition to retirement income stream (‘TRIS’)||$440|
|Pension commutation (full or partial) (including to fall within the transfer balance cap) — fully or partially commute an ABP or TRIS (includes option of cashing lump sum asset(s) in specie)||$440|
|Payments above ABP minimum — provides practical guidance on making payments above the ABP minimum||$440|
|Pension confirmation documents — we can prepare documents that confirm the terms of an existing pension, commutation, reversion, etc, especially where there are no, poor or inadequate records. We can tailor appropriate documentation to suit and a number of our documents can be used to ensure the pension reflects the latest provisions.||POA|
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Pricing includes GST
Unless documents are ordered online at https://online.dbalawyers.com.au/login an additional $50 fee applies per suite of documents.
We also offer numerous SMSF Kits to assist SMSF trustees and advisers.
Documents are also available for a range of older style pensions and related strategies (eg, capped defined benefit income streams, market linked pensions (aka term allocated pensions ‘TAP’) and certain defined benefit pensions (‘DBP’, eg, lifetime and life expectancy pensions; aka fixed term pensions)). We can provide details and pricing for these on request.
If you are completing a downloadable order form, please email to [email protected] when complete.
The above documents are supplied on the basis of a single use licence, eg, to document one pension for a member in one SMSF. However, the pension commutation documents provide flexibility for commuting a number of pensions for the same member in one SMSF.
Significant discounts can apply where you need to document more than 10 of the above documents. Please contact us to take advantage of this opportunity. T&Cs apply.
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