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Miranda Brownlee

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Miranda Brownlee is the deputy editor of SMSF Adviser, which is the leading source of news, strategy and educational content for professionals working in the SMSF sector.

Since joining the team in 2014, Miranda has been responsible for breaking some of the biggest superannuation stories in Australia, and has reported extensively on technical strategy and legislative updates.
Miranda also has broad business and financial services reporting experience, having written for titles including Investor Daily, ifa and Accountants Daily.

You can email Miranda on: miranda.brownlee@momentummedia.com.au
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Delaying pensions for TBC increase ‘not a given’ for all clients

While delaying pensions to access the full transfer balance cap indexation sounds attractive, mathematical modelling sho... Read More

$3m super cap may spark ‘unintended consequences’, warns CA ANZ

The accounting body has raised concerns about potential distortions that could flow from the proposed $3 million thresho... Read More

‘More work to be done’ on accountants’ advice framework: SMSFA

The SMSF Association says it will continue to push for an alternative advice model for accountants despite the lack of t... Read More

Government confirms plans for $3 million super cap

The Prime Minister has announced that the government will look to reduce superannuation tax concessions for individuals ... Read More

Government to proceed with legacy pension changes

The government has confirmed it will be moving ahead with the two-year amnesty for legacy pensions, according to the SMS... Read More

Implications for missing trust deeds in recent court case

A recent case handed down by the Supreme Court of Victoria offers some important lessons on lost SMSF trust deeds. ... Read More

Government releases proposed objective for super

The government has today released its proposal for the objective of superannuation as part of a consultation paper. ... Read More

Trustee disqualifications continue to surge in early 2023

Despite only being six weeks into 2023, over 100 SMSF trustees have already been disqualified this year. ... Read More

CA ANZ calls for comprehensive review of super, retirement systems

The accounting body has called for the Productivity Commission to conduct a review into all tax settings and payment pol... Read More

Law firm flags important time frames and steps with death benefits

An SMSF law firm has reminded advisers about the important time limits and trustee obligations applying when an SMSF mem... Read More

SuperConcepts reports uptick in software users

Despite a decline in funds under administration, SuperConcepts has reported 10 per cent growth in the number of SMSFs us... Read More

NALE rules to spur increase in tax-related disputes

Inconsistencies in the definitions of general versus specific expenses under the non-arm’s length income provisions co... Read More

ATO issues reminder to SMSFs on PAYG instalments

SMSF trustees who believe their PAYG instalments will result in too little or too much tax may want to vary their PAYG i... Read More

Smarter SMSF creates new education manager role

Smarter SMSF has appointed Tim Miller as SMSF technical and education manager as it looks to expand its CPD and educatio... Read More

Federal Court makes orders in windup of Ponzi scheme

The Federal Court has made orders regarding the distribution of assets from an unregistered investment scheme that invol... Read More


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