• SMSF webinars

    We run webinars to help self-managed super fund (SMSF) professionals and trustees keep up to date with the SMSF sector.

    Our webinars for SMSF professionals generally run for 30–45 minutes, while those for trustees usually run for 60 minutes.

    SMSF professionals

    Booking your spot is easy. Find the topic you’re interested in and click on your preferred date and time. You’ll be taken to our service provider page (Go To Webinar) to finalise your booking.

    Note: times listed are Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) and from March to October, Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST).

    SMSF Professionals webinar dates

    Topic

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    Super Changes for SMSFs

    This webinar will provide an outline of the latest superannuation changes with a focus on the impacts for SMSFs. It will provide you with information to support your clients to comply with the transitional rules as well as the new law post 1 July 2017.

    28 February 2017, 2.00pmExternal Link

    Recordings of past webinars for SMSF professionals are now available.

    SMSF trustees

    Note: there are no live sessions currently scheduled for these webinars.

    However, recordings of these webinars are now available below;

    SMSFs: overview of trustees recordingExternal Link

    If you are thinking about setting up an SMSF or would like to know what is involved in running one, this topic provides an overview of the role and responsibilities of trustees and where to get more information.

    SMSFs: accepting contributions and managing investments recordingExternal Link

    This session explains the rules for accepting contributions and rollovers, as well as the rules about managing your fund’s investments. Areas covered include investment restrictions and investing in collectable and personal use assets.

    SMSFs: paying benefits to members recordingExternal Link

    This session explains the rules about when you can access your super and how your benefits are taxed. Areas covered include lump sums and income streams, and the special rule relating to transition to retirement.

      Last modified: 17 Feb 2017QC 42934