Webinar: Key changes to superannuation
Tuesday 7 February 2017
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Topics covered in this webinar include:
- Superannuation reform 2016: where are we at?
- The abolishment of the proposed $500,000 lifetime non-concessional cap
- The new caps to apply from 1 July 2017
- The $1.6m pension cap – how does this work?
- Making it easier for Australians to contribute to super – the abolishment of the “10% rule” and the introduction of the “catch up rule”
- Other announced changes to superannuation
- Where are we at this financial year until 30 June 2017?
- Related party limited recourse borrowing arrangements – getting it right
Nathan Yii is the Principal Lawyer and an accredited SMSF Specialist Advisor of the Melbourne based legal practice, Nathan Yii Lawyers – Structuring & Estate Planning Law. He is a leading structuring and estate planning lawyer, having a formidable reputation in Australia as a legal practitioner, university lecturer and presenter. He provides legal advice and services to accountants, financial advisors, legal practitioners and their clients in the areas of structuring and estate planning. In particular, Nathan's main areas of practice involve:
- The use of trusts, SMSFs and other structures
- Small Business CGT Concessions and Division 7A management
- Complex estate and succession planning involving trusts, SMSFs and private companies
- SMSF compliance and transactions including those involving limited recourse borrowing arrangements
- Structuring of property developments
- Asset protection (creditor risk, family law risk and family provision risk)
Nathan understands his clients’ needs. He works with them and their advisors to ensure that the complex tax, duty, family and estate laws that govern these areas are distilled down to a form that can be readily understood and applied to their advantage.
Nathan is a regular presenter for practitioner discussion groups and professional education providers in his areas of interest and expertise including Television Education Network and the Law Institute of Victoria. He is also an adjunct lecturer in the Master of Laws program at the College of Law.
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