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The year in review: SMSFs in 2012

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It’s been a fascinating year… an Olympic year, with golden memories from London, a diamond jubilee, a Korean named Psy had a billion visits on YouTube in just five months, and the world still lingers on the precipice of further economic turmoil.   849 more words

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Top 10 SMSF strategies for 2012/13

The self-managed super fund sector is Australia’s largest superannuation segment with more than 470,000 SMSFs in operation looking after the retirement savings of more than 900,000 Australians. 6 more words

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WEBINAR - SMSF limited recourse borrowing arrangements

The topic of borrowing in super continues to gain momentum with a growing number of SMSFs looking to establish limited recourse borrowing arrangements (LRBAs) to acquire property. 64 more words

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WEBINAR - SMSF limited recourse borrowing arrangements

The topic of borrowing in super continues to gain momentum with a growing number of SMSFs looking to establish limited recourse borrowing arrangements (LRBAs) to acquire property. 64 more words

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Watch the Federal Budget Webinar


Find out more about the impact of the 2012 Federal Budget on the superannuation sector, by watching this webinar conducted by The SMSF Academy.

The webinar looks at the key changes to the additional contributions tax to apply to high income earners and the impact of the deferral of the extended concessional contribution limit for member’s over 50 with an account balance less than $500,000.

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Watch the Federal Budget Webinar


Find out more about the impact of the 2012 Federal Budget on the superannuation sector, by watching this webinar conducted by The SMSF Academy.

The webinar looks at the key changes to the additional contributions tax to apply to high income earners and the impact of the deferral of the extended concessional contribution limit for member’s over 50 with an account balance less than $500,000.

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