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Australian Superannuation Law Bulletin (newsletter)
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2018
Volume 30 No 1 — March 2018
How will “downsizer” contributions work for SMSFs
A new external dispute resolution scheme for superannuation complaints
Raising the siren on product issuers and distributors
Billinghurst: shining a light on proposed defined benefit plan terminations
General Editor’s note
Volume 29 No 10 — February 2018
Triggering your bring forward non-concessional contributions cap post-1 July 2017
Calculation of benefits: when does a duty to “have regard to” particular matters go beyond a duty merely to consider? CEPU v Australian Postal Corporation
APRA: heading in the right direction?
What’s the cost to members? Calculating the cost of RG97 in successor fund transfers
General Editor’s note
Volume 29 No 9 — February 2018
Triggering your bring forward non-concessional contributions cap post-1 July 2017
Calculation of benefits: when does a duty to “have regard to” particular matters go beyond a duty merely to consider? CEPU v Australian Postal Corporation
APRA: heading in the right direction?
What’s the cost to members? Calculating the cost of RG97 in successor fund transfers
General Editor’s note
Volume 1 No 1 — March 2018
How will “downsizer” contributions work for SMSFs
A new external dispute resolution scheme for superannuation complaints
Raising the siren on product issuers and distributors
Billinghurst: shining a light on proposed defined benefit plan terminations
General Editor’s note
2017
Volume 29 No 9 — December 2017
SA Supreme Court upholds service of a binding death benefit nomination upon delivery to the registered address of a fund
Draft laws aim to shut down a gap in the “salary sacrifice” regime
Challenges with self-regulation for superannuation trustees
General Editor’s note
Volume 29 No 8 — October 2017
Demystifying the tax treatment of death benefits paid to the estate
Superannuation death benefit divisible among bankrupt’s creditors when paid from estate
Some aspects of the civil liability arising from breach of duty by a superannuation trustee
General Editor’s note
Volume 29 No 7 — September 2017
Traps that turn your non-geared unit trust into an in-house asset
Crime doesn’t pay — Treasurer v Nuttall
The show must go on: the theatre of an annual members’ meeting
Some aspects of the civil liability arising from breach of duty by a superannuation trustee
General Editor’s note
Volume 29 No 6 — August 2017
Many strategies are based on the proportioning rule
Is there a legal basis for ASIC’s expectations of superannuation trustees? Some views on ASIC’s Report 529: the members’ experience in superannuation
RG97 doesn’t stop at PDSs: remember periodic statements
General Editor’s note
Volume 29 No 5 — July 2017
Product design and distribution obligations and ASIC’s intervention powers
ESG investing — the legal case
General Editor’s note
Volume 29 No 4 — June 2017
When consent to a non-lapsing nomination is revoked
At the margins: An overview of Prudential Standard CPS 226 — margining and risk mitigations for non-centrally cleared derivatives
Innovative superannuation income streams — we are almost there!
On rights, powers and duties
General Editor’s note
Volume 29 No 3 — May 2017
Letter from London: FCA’s Interim Report on the Asset Management Market — implications for UK pensions schemes
New notification requirements under the Privacy Act: Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017
The Commissioner of Taxation’s remedial power — a new way forward?
Further guidance on superannuation trustee duties when considering claims for benefits: resolving conflicting bodies of opinion
The world according to Bernie
General Editor’s note
Volume 29 No 2 — April 2017
SMSFs and employee share schemes
Letter from London: green paper on security and sustainability in defined benefit pension schemes
Federal Court upholds basis for conversion of pension to lump sum as unfair and unreasonable
Benefits of a Statutory Scheme for Superannuation Dispute Resolution
Trustees will need to put their cap on and get ready for the new tax reform measures
General Editor’s note
Volume 29 No 1 — March 2017
Impact of the superannuation reforms on child pensions
Court approval of trust deed amendments
Is TPD now by the “by”?
General Editor’s Note
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