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Superannuation for SMEs

Thursday, 28 March 2019 - 8:30 AM to
Thursday, 28 March 2019 - 3:45 PM
Brisbane Marriott Hotel, Level 3, 515 Queen Street, BRISBANE, QLD Australia
     

Registration Time: 08:00:00 AM

Member Price: $700.00

Non Member Price: $850.00

CPD hours:6.00

Outline

Superannuation for SMEs forms part of our 2019 National Superannuation Series, introducing a streamlined approach to this important area, with the localised focus it requires.

Superannuation is a specialised area that must be managed and administered within a complex set of rules. Nevertheless, superannuation assets have become second only to the family home as the most significant investment of the average Australian. This requires a fundamental understanding of superannuation rules and concepts to ensure that you can provide well-considered advice in your role as an adviser.

As superannuation has recently seen many significant changes, it is important to ensure that you understand the impact of the 2017 super reforms and how it can affect more than just your superannuation strategies.

This event will be delivered by leading superannuation experts; providing practitioners who are not specialists in the area with a good understanding of the current superannuation issues facing SMSFs and superannuants.

What’s more, registering for Superannuation for SMEs also gives you access to the technical papers presented at every event in the series – an invaluable, practical knowledge and reference resource.

Topics

  • Key estate planning issues emerging from the 2017 Superannuation Reforms
  • Managing pensions
  • Using property effectively in an SMSF
  • The ATO’s current focus areas
  • An update on topical case law and legislation
  • A practical and insightful case study illustrating the issues presented

Who should attend?
Accountants, financial planners and lawyers who are looking to understand (without wanting to be specialists), how the super reforms have changed the planning landscape for superannuation, transfer of family wealth and estate issues.