On 1 July 2017 a great deal of superannuation law will come into effect. Make sure you don’t get caught out with the changes as you may end up paying extra tax. If you have an existing contribution strategy in place you may want to review your plans, particularly if you normally contribute up to the cap limit, or were planning to in the future.
In this webinar, the team from CareSuper will explain these changes and what this means to employers and your employees.
The upcoming changes to the superannuation system are designed to improve the sustainability, flexibility and integrity of Australia’s superannuation system. Most of the changes will commence from 1 July 2017.
This webinar will provide you with an understanding of:
• The changes to Superannuation and what these will mean to you and your employees
• The reasons why these changes have been introduced
• The resources available to help you and your employees
Employee Relationship Manager, CareSuper
Mark began his career in superannuation and has been with CareSuper for 11 years and the financial industry for over 16 years. He has an Advanced Diploma of Financial Planning and Advanced Diploma of Financial Services (Superannuation). Mark is passionate
Industry Fund Services, Financial Planner, CareSuper
Renae is a certified Financial Planner and holds an Advanced Diploma in Financial Services, located in Melbourne Renae represented Industry Fun Services as an Industry Fund Planner for CareSuper members.
Compliance Manager, CareSuper
Kate has worked in Compliance and Risk Management for over 15 years and holds B.A (hons) and Post Grad. Diploma in Financial Crime Management. Kate is always striving to make complex superannuation information accessible for the business and members.
Date: Tuesday 4 April 2017
Time: 12pm - 1pm
Member: Cost included in your membership
Local Chamber Member: $15.00
All prices include GST
RSVP: By Monday 3 April 2017
To register: Click here
Please include all guest names and any dietary requirements