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Superannuation: SMSF – LRBAs – Non-arm’s length income

One of the benefits of a Self-Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) is the  15% tax rate. However if income is ‘non-arm’s length’, the income will be subject to […][…]

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Superannuation: SMSF illegal early access

A recent AAT decision has found that taxpayers who acted on the advice on the agent and entered into a loan arrangement using their SMSF funds had early accessed their benefits and were therefore assessable on those benefits at the time that they were initially released. The arrangement was a sham even though the taxpayers did not have the necessary intent to enter into a sham arrangement. The agent was aware it was a sham and the agent’s intention was the applicable one.[…]

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