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Super tax change to impact SMSF members: ResearchBY CASSANDRA BALDINI | WEDNESDAY, 11 OCT 2023 12:17PM
The government's proposed tax on superannuation balances exceeding $3 million could adversely impact up to 50,000 self-managed super fund members (SMSF), including posing liquidity challenges.
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Reforms underway to expand financial advice will have positive ramifications for the SMSF and APRA-regulated sectors as it will ultimately uplift outcomes in the retirement phase for all Australians, industry experts say.
The SMSF Association announced that Scott Hay-Bartlem has been reappointed as its chair and will serve another two years.
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