During the Financial Year, the SMSF that receives a contribution is always obliged to report the contribution to the Tax Office, even if it has been rolled out or paid to a Member before the end of that year. When filling in the 2014 Annual Return form, as an SMSF Trustee, you need to ensure […]
You can only claim a deduction for contributions that are made from concessional contributions. Contributions that are made into your SMSF can be categorised into 2 types: Who can claim tax deductions on super contributions To see what you can contribute into your SMSF, please see our contribution page.
There are many people confuse about when to use A or An when referring to SMSF. If, when you say SMSF, you pronounce it as ES. EM. ES. EF. it should be An SMSF (like an Eskimo). If you pronounce it as a word spelled smsf (very unlikely) it would be A SMSF (like A […]
Introduction Once members in an SMSF reach the preservation age, currently 55, or satisfy the Conditions of Release, they are able to receive benefits from the fund. That is, you can transfer money from your accumulation account to the pension account. Benefits may be paid from the pension account as: one or more Lump Sums, […]
An SMSF Trustee becomes a disqualified person There are consequences when a Trustee of an SMSF becomes a ‘disqualified person’. Trustees include Directors of a Corporate Trustee of an SMSF. If you are a Trustee and become a disqualified person, you are not allowed to remain as a Trustee. Removing yourself as a Trustee If […]