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Welcome to the first edition of Super Sleuth for 2019! With the upcoming possibility of a change of Government, we outline the intentions of the Labor party, and how they could change the superannuation landscape.
The Government has recently ratified radical and substantial changes to the superannuation laws commencing broadly from 1 July 2017.
This year has seen some of the biggest developments to superannuation since 2007! On 3 May 2016 Scott Morrison delivered his first Federal Budget as Treasurer which proposed a significant number of changes to superannuation.
There’s been a lot of public discussion about superannuation recently.
While the overall efficiency of the current superannuation system is a key talking point, the broader conversation is a national policy debate about the long-term future of superannuation and the age pension system.
Are the days numbered for Limited Recourse Borrowing Arrangements (LRBA)? An in-depth look at the recent Financial System Inquiry (FSI) certainly suggests so.
It’s been a long time coming but from 1 July 2014 the Concessional Contribution cap has increased from $25,000 to $30,000 for those aged under 50 and $35,000 for those aged over 50.