The SMSF Professionals’ Association of Australia (SPAA) supports the Government’s initiative to increase the concessional contributions caps for those 60 and older from 1 July this year and for anyone 50 and older from 1 July next year.
The wealth industry will miss out on more than $5 billion of superannuation contributions over the next seven years if the Coalition wins the election and delays a rise in compulsory contributions two years.
The SMSF Professionals' Association of Australia (SPAA) is urging the Coalition not to defer the increase in the Superannuation Guarantee (SG) if it wins government at the election scheduled for 15 September 2013.
Treasurer Wayne Swan delivered little on Andrea Slattery's wish list. Nevertheless the SPAA chief welcomed Tuesday's budget on the grounds that there were no big superannuation changes. taxes.
Last Thursday, when the Opposition leader, Tony Abbott, gave the Budget in Reply speech, the superannuation industry was not expecting to be mentioned in despatches – and for good reason.
SMSF advisors and trustees are breathing a little easier tonight after the Federal Treasurer, Wayne Swan, handed down his sixth budget.
Need to shake the cobwebs out of your head; to brush up on your professional skills. Well, SPAA is offering the perfect opportunity for you to boost your self-managed super fund expertise at the upcoming annual State Technical Conferences series.
As an organisation, SPAA fulfills three main roles: technical, education and advocacy.
NT State Chapter - Limited Recourse Borrowing Arrangements
21 May 2013 | Darwin
QLD Rockhampton Discussion Group
22 May 2013 | Rockhampton
VIC Breakfast - The Aged Care Conundrum
22 May 2013 | Richmond
VIC Dinner - The Aged Care Conundrum
QLD Gold Coast Discussion Group
23 May 2013 | Robina
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