Superannuation and SMSF Changes: Should you amend your trust deed?

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* David Naylor
* Chan & Naylor

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* Bankstown - New South Wales - Australia

BANKSTOWN, Australia - Oct. 22, 2017 - PRLog -- As of 1 July 2017, there are new provisions to the superannuation contribution limits and pension account balance limits. If you breach any of these limitations, it could impact the taxable position of your super fund and its relevant members.

The trustees and members should discuss their position with a taxation specialist to make sure they avoid any breach of provisions. The trust deed of your fund should also be checked for possible amendments to make sure that it has a clause, which provides for a limitation on benefit payments in accordance with superannuation regulations.

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