Angus Sexton, Senior Vice President of IPAC: Word From an Expert

Compulsory superannuation has been in force in Australia since 1992; and as evidenced by the Henry Review, it remains a strong focus of governments.

In response to the Henry Review’s 138 recommendations, Rudd has proposed a number of changes to super. However, these are unlikely to come into effect unless Labor wins the next election. In the meantime it’s important to know how superannuation affects you today, and how you can best make it work for you as an expat.

With the current financial year almost at a close, there is still time to save tax and it’s never too soon to start planning for the future. By starting early, on return to Australia it’s possible to have nil tax obligations for a number of years through utilising various superannuation and property strategies.

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