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The new rules of salary sacrificing versus personal super contributions

 
One of the fundamental concepts in the superannuation regime self-managed super fund (SMSF) trustees need to understand is the difference between salary sacrificing and making personal super contributions to a fund.

The rules have recently changed, which means more people can now make additional contributions to their super...

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Federal Budget 2017-18: Getting the right balance

Getting the right balance Treasurer Scott Morrison's first budget of the Coalition's second term in office marked a significant shift in tone from the tough stance of its three previous budgets. Gone is the mantra of debt and deficit. Instead the Treasurer has balanced the government's resolve to live within its means with pro...

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Five urban myths about super changes

Much of the conversation about the superannuation reforms relates to reducing pension balances to a person's transfer balance cap, resetting the Capital Gains Tax (CGT) cost base for investments and making last minute contributions before the caps drop on 1 July 2017. This article covers a few urban myths that have developed among some trust...

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How Much Money Do You Need to Retire?

There are all sorts of rules of thumb about saving for retirement. There's the 4% withdrawal rule. Another rule states you need to have saved 20-25x the annual income you want to spend in retirement. Then there's the one that says you'll need to replace 80% of your current income from your portfolio in retirement.
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Aged Care Changes

  Decisions around aged care are always difficult and emotional. From the start of next year they are likely to get even more complex, with both the Age Pension and aged care sectors set for another shake-up. Currently, many people entering aged care choose to keep their former home and rent it out to help supplement their accomm...

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