Superannuation is not like other assets as it is held in trust by the trustee of the superannuation fund. When you die, it does not automatically form part of your estate but instead, is paid to your eligible beneficiaries by the fund trustee according to the rules of fund, superannuation law, and the death nomination you made.Read More
When your business hires a new employee, the Choice of Fund form is used to identify where they want their superannuation to be directed. If the employee does not identify a fund, generally the employer directs their superannuation into a default fund.
COVID-19 support will roll back as states and territories reach vaccination targets.The National Plan, the road map out of COVID-19, does more than provide greater freedoms at 70% and 80% full vaccination rates, it withdraws the steady stream of Commonwealth financial support to individuals and business impacted by COVID-19 lockdowns and border closures. We look at the impact and the support that remains in place. Read More
Is a financial services compensation payment to your superannuation fund a contribution?Read More
Running a business can be an isolating experience. And, with COVID-19 lockdowns and disruptions to trade, the pressure can be intense.Read More
New legislation will help prevent superannuation assets from being hidden during divorce proceedings.Read More
Australia’s two largest states and the ACT are in lockdown as the Delta strain of COVID-19 takes its toll while others are standing firm on a policy of eradication. The result is a country at a policy impasse and divided by border restrictions.Read More
If you can’t work because you or someone in your household is impacted by COVID-19, support is available.Read More
If your business is adversely impacted by NSW lockdowns, support is available.
Three primary methods of financial support are available to businesses during extended lockdowns: