Original article by Sally Patten
The Australian Financial Review – Page: 5 : 24-Apr-17
Changes to superannuation tax rules from 1 July 2017 may prompt some investors who already have one self-managed super fund (SMSF) to set up a second one. However, the Australian Taxation Office has indicated that it will keeping a close eye what it perceives as any attempt to reduce tax by setting up a second SMSF. Fines, penalties and even disqualification are possible remedies available to the ATO.
AUSTRALIAN TAXATION OFFICE, SMSF ASSOCIATION, HLB MANN JUDD