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A Super Killing Budget

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

With everyone's thoughts primarily focused on tonight's Federal Budget, there's not much to talk about from the legislative technical perspective.

In my weekly column for the Switzer Super Report ( I did detail what I think might be on the chopping block tonight.

In a nut shell I think there might be as many as nine changes:

We'll know soon enough how right my predictions are. I hope none of the above occur.

The Government seems to have begun using the trick first implemented by Bob Carr - namely announce policy changes today which don't commence for 3 or 4 years and then adjust, amend, alter and, if necessary, cancel that announced policy change many times during the intervening periods. It's amazing they think we're all so stupid. Funny they've only started using this policy since Bob returned to politics.

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:

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