When an SMSF member becomes disqualified

When an SMSF member becomes a disqualified person, it’s time to act. The law allows a window of only six months for the SMSF to address the issue and become compliant again, but it’s rarely an easy process.


Your best reads of 2016

It will soon be the time of year when people turn their mind to some casual reading and enjoy a quiet moment. Tell us the best book you read in 2016. It could be an oldie or a newie, but let’s get a reading list going.

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Active Exchange Traded Managed Funds

Considered to be the next evolution of exchange traded products, ETMFs allow direct and SMSF investors to access active management in the same way as buying and selling shares via a broker.

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Ten ways to generate new investment ideas

Investors have access to many sources of information, and investment ideas come in many guises from different places, some when you don’t expect them. Where have your best investments come from?


Caveat lender, and consistency in law

When combining family and financial matters, what starts out well can turn ugly. Not only should such dealings be properly documented, but also conducted in strict accordance with those documents.

Seniors tax and moving super

Seniors tax and moving money outside super

Given the proportion of people over 65 paying income tax has halved in the last 20 years, the structure of seniors tax may be next for reform. Should money be left inside or outside super for those who can access it?

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