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At Smartsave, we know the importance of Superannuation and the role it can play in building your financial wealth.
Along with your family home, Superannuation can play a big part in your wealth and retirement plans, and financial advisers can help you to achieve your personal and financial goals: Whether it’s:
- Growing your super by maximising contributions, using salary sacrifice or available caps;
- Combining your super into the one Fund
- Evaluating your insurance needs
- Reviewing your estate planning, looking at nominating your beneficiaries;
- Evaluating and determining suitable investment options;
- Deciding when is the right time to retire
- Are pensions right for you?
- Obtaining assistance to understand Government legislation or dealing with Government departments, for example:
o For members – Tax, social security, aged care,
o For employers – super obligations, SuperStream requirements
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- Australian Taxation Office – Providing services to assist individuals and business to meet and improve their knowledge of their tax and super obligations.
www.ato.gov.au/Super/SuperStream/ – for information and assistance.
- SuperStream is due to have been implemented for all businesses paying superannuation obligations in Australia by 28 October 2016.
- Department of Human Services assists with the delivery of social and health related payments and services for personal, employers, community and financial and health professionals including areas of:
- Centrelink, Medicare, Child Support
- for financial hardship & compassionate grounds payment applications, help in an emergency.
www.abr.gov.au – Australian Business Register:
- for business, super funds, charities, tax agents and government agencies
- For information on super funds which are regulated by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and the Australia Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).
www.fwc.gov.au – Australia’s national workplace relations tribunal.
- Providing information for employers and individuals on awards and agreements, cases, and other resources.
www.asic.gov.au – assists consumers, business and finance professionals
- Also refer to the Learning Centre for Tools – Money Smart