A recent court decision involving a missing trust deed from 1976 has some significant implications for advisers working with SMSFs and famil
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For many years there was a debate in the SMSF industry as to whether an SMSF binding death benefit nomination (BDBN) could last indefinitely
The laws and regulations around the use of digital document and e-signatures in Australia are set to change with the Australian Government r
Fundamentals are strong given rebounded output with business and consumer balance sheets in good shape. Vaccines, rapid testing, quarantine
From an asset protection perspective, most specialist advisers recommend that an SMSF intending to invest in real property (ignoring any bor
Moss Super Pty Ltd v Hayne  VSC 158 is an important lesson for trustees and advisers to always consider what the governing rules of an
At the heart of the self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) regime is whether the Commissioner will issue a Notice of Compliance.
The recent AAT decision in Driscoll and Commissioner of Taxation  AATA 3892 has important implications that all SMSF professionals (an
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