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May Bulletin – Federal Budget 2009

URGENT – Possible changes to super contribution rules

As you may have read in the daily press in recent days, it is anticipated that the Federal Government will introduce changes to superannuation contribution rules in the Budget to be delivered next Tuesday, 12 May 2009.

Possible Changes

The anticipated changes vary from industry expert to industry expert as does the timing of effect of the changes. However, the major changes could include;

Timing

The last round of major changes affecting superannuation was announced on Budget night in May 2007 and took effect from 1 July 2007. The result of the lag was that taxpayers were able to pour millions of dollars into superannuation, both deductible and non-deductible, before the new changes had effect. Bearing this in mind and to prevent a repeat of the events of 2007, it is possible that the Government may declare that the changes muted take effect from Budget night, Tuesday 12 May 2009.

Action

Those taxpayers who were/are planning on making maximum deductible or non-deductible contributions to superannuation before 30 June 2009 should now give serious consideration to making these contributions before next Tuesday 12 May 2009.

If you have any questions or concerns or require our assistance in relation to the above, please contact your Client Partner or Manager as soon as possible on 9854-3200.