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NALI, NALE or GNARLY – non-arms' length income exposures.

Just what is arms' length in super? Where and how does this apply? The SIS rules versus the tax rules versus what SMSF auditors really need to know. Where and how to limit your audit risk.....

 

 

Free Webinar

Peter Bobbin | Managing Principal | Argyle Lawyers

For nearly 30 years Peter has earned respect for his fine planning and strategy skills in the areas of superannuation, taxation, estate and business succession planning, commercial structuring,
regulatory compliance, and general commercial issues.

 

Whatever Peter undertakes, his focus is foremost on the outcome, not the process. As a former university lecturer, frequent commentator on the law and former accountant, Peter can’t help but bring a practical and insightful approach to law.

For this reason he counts as clients the financial services arms of every major financial institution in Australia, public companies, and associations.


Peter advises both individuals and businesses, working with many corporate and high net wealth clients as well as accountants, financial advisers, and other lawyers. Through his wide network Peter is also active in lobbying government to support a good cause or achieve better outcomes in the law. He’s successfully had laws amended and was the only individual (non-association) representative invited to the Federal Treasury initiative on the Ralph Report to tax trusts as companies.


Peter takes his role as charity trustee of the Future2 Foundation very seriously and is an active
member of numerous professional associations in the financial services, superannuation, and
planning industries. He’s also a keen cyclist and has taken part in the Future2 Wheel Classic, riding each year for the past
years from 2010 to 2016.

 

 

Webinar Details:

Date : 11th December 2018

Time: 2:00 PM To 3:00 PM

How To Book: https://www.smsfaaa.com.au/Home/Webinar

CPD Hours : 1 Hour

Speaker: Peter Bobbin | Managing Principal | Argyle Lawyers

 

 

CPD Requirement for SMSF Auditors

T    SMSF Auditors: SIS Regulations 9A.04

(1)  For paragraph 128F(a) of the Act, the requirements in this regulation form the continuing professional development requirement.

             (2)  The approved SMSF auditor must undertake at least 120 hours of continuing professional development every 3 years.

             (3)  The development must: (a)  include 30 hours of development about superannuation at least 8 hours of which is development about auditing of self managed superannuation funds; and  (b) : be development that could reasonably be expected to enhance an approved SMSF auditor's technical skills or professional service delivery.

 


 

 

This Webinar is presented by SMSF Auditors Association of Australia Ltd

This webinar is organized by SMSF Auditors Association of Australia Ltd - a new body created to help SMSF Auditors to keep up their CPD hours. Membership to this association is $10 per month plus GST. Included in your membership is a free SMSF Auditors help line by focus members and Free 20 CPD hours by renowned SMSF experts.

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
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