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|New ATO data has brought ASIC's SMSF expense fact sheet under renewed pressure. Freshly released ATO figures show the median "operating expense" of SMSFs is $3923 a year, a stark contrast from data published by ASIC last year which stipulated the ...|
|The SMSF Association has welcomed the introduction of a new ATO tool designed to help SMSF trustees and advisers remain compliant with new regulations. The SMSF regulator's new bulletin ensures the SMSF sector is given timely updates on any new or emerging ...|
|... considering other cases that have gone to court," he said. He added that the outcome might have been different under the new ATO penalty regime that started on July 1, 2014. In an article analysing the issue , DBA Lawyers noted that under the new rules ...|
|Plans to increase the power of the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) to penalise self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) on a sliding scale will provide a more nuanced way of penalising 'delinquent trustees', according to Superannuation Australia's ...|
|... the income from the dividends, because of the derivative in place. "The arrangements are currently being dealt with by a new ATO taskforce on retail and wholesale financial products that promise tax or superannuation benefits that may not be available ...|
|Trustees will not be able to register an SMSF until there are assets in the fund under a new ATO system launched late last year. Two months ago, 30,000 SMSFs were reclassified as 'Registered - Status not determined', as part of an incentive to make ...|
|... up-front deductions for their contributions to the MIS on the basis that the investor is 'carrying on a business'." The new ATO stance effectively means that non-forestry agribusiness MIS will lose their current tax concessions. At this stage forestry ...|
Allowing more members in SMSFs is unlikely to spur their establishment rates, according to a submission by University of Sydney's Susan Thorp.
One of Japan's largest providers of shareholder services has admitted to a major operational blunder, after it failed to count 3.4 million postal votes for nearly 1000 companies ahead of their annual general meetings.
BetaShares' Nasdaq 100 ETF exceeded $1 billion in assets under management at the end of August, a net increase of more than $500 million since the outset of the year.
Robeco announced it will now exclude investments in thermal coal, oil sands and Arctic drilling from all its mutual funds.
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