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Failed to meet the minimum pension requirements? What's next?

Tue, 12 April 2022
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM AEST
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By Philip La Greca

Are you aware of the consequences you could face for defaulting on your minimum pension payment obligations? 

Pensions are legally required to pay a minimum amount each year; if this is not met, the pension will need to start again from the next financial year. Failure to make contributions also means that the fund's income will be taxed as revenue.

In this webinar, our SMSF technical expert, Philip La Greca will show you how not to end up in an expensive underpayment situation. He'll also cover the consequences if you do. 

Why must you attend?

  • Learn what happens when death benefit and reversionary pensions are underpaid
  • How complying lifetime, life expectancy and market-linked income streams are treated if there is an underpayment
  • Deep dive into the risks associated with underpaid pensions and how to avoid them

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