What you need to know about SMSF related party transactions

The proposed rule changes to asset transfers between DIY funds and related parties are complex and inflexible, so it's crucial to get your head around them.

Responding to the Cooper review into superannuation, the government released draft legislation earlier this year containing stricter guidelines on acquisitions and disposals of certain assets between DIY funds and related parties. The changes introduce further restrictions aimed at ensuring the integrity of these transactions by DIY fund trustees.

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