SMSF Death Benefits & the Transfer Balance Cap

Join us for this upcoming webinar on the impact of death benefits under the superannuation reforms.

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How to register for the webinar

Attendees & purchased recording gain access to any supporting materials and Q&A podcast post webinar

About your presenter

Aaron Dunn


Aaron is recognised as an industry leader within the SMSF sector.  He is the author of TheDunnThing blog, CEO & Co-Founder of  The SMSF Academy. 

Aaron is a highly regarded presenter and a regular contributor to topical issues within the SMSF industry.  Aaron is the creator of the Future of SMSF Report, a key industry publication that provides insights into SMSF business models.

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What will be covered in the webinar?

This session will take a detailed look at the finalisation of LCG 2017/3 and look at a range of important factors around the payment of death benefits and their impact on the transfer balance cap.

What if I register but can't make it?

This session will be issued with CPD points from both the SMSF Association (formerly SPAA) and the FPA.  It will also count towards the continuing professional education hours that must be maintained by members of the major accounting bodies (CPA, CAANZ and IPA).

What are the learning outcomes?

Attendees will gain a strong understanding of the implication of the death of a member and how it impacts their transfer balance cap.

What happens after I register and pay?

You will receive a confirmation email from The SMSF Academy confirming your registration, along with a tax invoice.  A reminder will be automatically sent 1 week, 1 day and 1 hour prior to the session.  All details about logging in to the webinar are included in this email.


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$90 + GST

Wednesday, 24 May 2017

at 12pm AEST

With the introduction of the Transfer Balance Cap from 1 July 2017, the way in which death benefits are dealt with under the new superannuation measures can substantially change how you structure income streams and death benefit nominations.  

In this upcoming webinar, Aaron Dunn will explore the implication of the ATO's Law Companion Guideline, LCG 2017/3 and look at the action you should be taking before 30 June and post introduction of the new super reforms.


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$90 + GST



$70 + GST p/mth

Who is the webinar relevant for?

This session is relevant for accountants, financial planners, and other professionals working with SMSFs.

How can I pay for the webinar?

You can pay for the live webinar or recording using Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Paypal.  We provide the 

What level of expertise is this webinar targeted at?

This session is targeted at individuals who are proficient in SMSFs - they have an intermediate to strong knowledge of the superannuation and income tax laws.

If I but the recording, when do I get access?

Access to the webinar recording will be made available within 24 hours after the webinar has been conducted.  You will be provided with login details to our learning management system (LMS) where you have two (2) weeks access to watch the webinar online.   Access to the presentation slides and any related material is also provided through the LMS.

What if I register for the live webinar, but can't attend or miss it?

If for some reason you are unable to attend the live webinar after having registered, you will automatically enrolled into the LMS to access the recording online.   You will receive a follow up email with these details within 24 hours of the webinar being held.

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