CORPFIN 6002 - Self-Managed Super - Establish & Accumulate

North Terrace Campus - Semester 2 - 2014

Participants will analyse the benefits of SMSF's and the factors that have resulted in them being adopted by a wide range of self-employed people, employees on higher salaries with flexible remuneration arrangements and those close to or in retirement. The topics covered will include the formation of SMSF's, issues around trust deeds and the regulations governing them and the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act (SIS Act). In addition, there will be a detailed review of compliance, investment strategies, taxation at the fund level, CGT small business exemptions and instalment warrants including the new borrowing rules. The rules concerning related party asset acquisitions, sole purpose, in-house assets, loans to members and accepting contributions will also be examined. Additionally, the participants will learn the rights and obligations of the trustees, members and other parties that are connected with the operation of the fund.

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