Issue: 480
Sent: 15-05-2012 09:10:02
In this issue:

J P Morgan Losses another Blow to Retail Investor ConfidenceA How To Book Of Self Managed Super FundsFederal Budget Wash-up and Cooper SMSF ChangesEmail Marketing For Planners
Return to full article list
HomeFree weekly newsletterSelf Managed Super Fund ArticlesContact usLogin

Federal Budget Wash-up and Cooper SMSF Changes

Click here to buy - A How To Book of SMSF's by Tony Negline
Tony Negline

Just a few issues this week:

a. I have been asked why I didn't issue a special budget version of this email newsletter.

After reviewing Budget Paper No. 2 which contains all the policy decisions and came to the conclusion that there was not much I could add which wasn't going to be covered by fund manager technical teams.

Last week I made a list of possible changes which would be addressed if the Government

b. Amanda Vanstone published an interesting article in yesterday's Age newspaper.

Of most interest in the article is the hard slog to get the debt under control after the next election. It'll be interesting to see how well the likely new Federal Government sells its message over the long term.

The current Victorian Government has never really reminded citizens that the State's finances and infrastructure are a basket case because of the previous administration. The current NSW administration are in danger of making the same mistake.

c. Cooper SMSF changes - many of these changes are meant to start on 1 July 2012 but we're yet to see any legislation. Will the start date be delayed or will the Government seek to pass retrospective legislation? It'll be interesting to see what the Government do about this. It would be nice to have some announcement.

The biggest issue here is stopping in specie asset transfers between related parties and SMSFs.

Version 6.0 of my SMSF book is now available.

You can see all the changes that have been made between Version 5.1 and 6.0 (the latest edition).

You can look at the contents page at the following link:

For details of the changes made from version 5 to version 6 visit:

As you'll see from the list there have been many changes.

Two purchase options are available - once only subscription - $55 inc GST - or an annual subscription will gives you access to all the updates made throughout the year ($120 inc GST). The book can be purchased at the following link:

Share this article
Click to share this article on Facebook Click to share this article on Twitter

Previous article         Next article

If you liked this article and would like more by email, subscribe! It's free.

[Bold fields are required]

Your details

Your alternate email address is used only if messages to your primary email address are returned to us.


Do you work in the financial services industry?

This email is general in nature only and does not constitute or convey specific or professional advice. Legislation changes may occur quickly. Formal advice should be sought before acting in any of the areas discussed. Be aware that the information in these articles may become innaccurate with time. Responsibility is disclaimed for any inaccuracies, errors or omissions. Particular investments are neither invited nor recommended and hence this publication is not "financial product advice" as defined in Section 766B of the above legislation. All expressions of opinion by contributors are published on the basis that they are not to be regarded as expressing the official opinion of any other person or entity unless expressly stated. No responsibility for the accuracy of the opinions or information contained in the contributor's articles is accepted by any other person or entity. Copyright: This publication is copyright. If you wish to reproduce this article you require a license, which can be purchased here, to do so.

Site design by Raycon